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Four troubled orphans from four separate movie scenarios who are bound together in a wacky chocolate factory after receiving golden tickets to go on an 'epic adventure.' After they escape from the clutches of a very scary Willy Wonka they discover the magical world of 'Gnarnia' through an enchanted wardrobe. There they must seek the help of a randy lion, a hoard of mutants from the x academy, students of witchcraft and wizardry, funky swash-buckling pirates and a mischievous beaver to defeat the evil white bitch!Written by
(At around 19 mins) In the first cut of the film, the woman who warns Lucy not to enter the wardrobe that leads to "Gnarnia" was completely naked. On the basis of that scene, the MPAA gave the film an R rating. However, the filmmakers had anticipated that the nudity might be an issue, and had filmed the scene where the actress was wearing a bikini. When they inserted that scene and the board reviewed the film again, they immediately changed its rating to PG-13. See more »
(at around 25 mins) When Mr. Tumnus shows his crib, he says, "Look! My Plasma!", but the TV is clearly a Sharp, which only has LCD models. See more »
This is the story of four orphans brought together by fate. They didn't know it yet, but there was something more greater in store for them, something epic.
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As the credits roll, there are some scenes, including: more of the Museum Curator dancing, a Mel Gibson look-a-like in prison with Edward, Willy's workers singing, etc. See more »
An extended, unrated version was released on DVD. This version also includes alternate uncensored versions of scenes that were toned down for the PG-13 rating (such as the "Snakes on a Plane" parody). See more »
...but rather just a list of movies that the filmmakers wanted to parody, strung together by the weakest plot in film history and a lot of unfunny jokes.
You would think that the team responsible for the mess of a movie that was Date Movie would at least have learned something from their last film to help them avoid the same mistakes, but they didn't.
It would appear they spent more time making parodies as visually accurate as they could and spent almost no time trying to make the film entertaining. Some of the parodies seem completely out of place and don't even fit into what little plot there is.
I couldn't recommend this film to anyone, not even those I hated.
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