Shortly after seeing the first rushes, Gary Coleman had a seizure and was rushed to hospital. While he recovered from this, he died shortly after and before he could take any legal action against the producers for the full frontal nude shot that he didn't agree to be used in the film. See more »
OK, I have to admit I did not think midgets vs mascots was going to be any good, and I was bummed my husband talked me into going. But I have to say, I laughed almost every minute of this little movie. Sometimes I was a little ashamed at how much I was laughing, as the jokes and scenes are totally wrong and offensive, but the whole thing struck me as just ridiculous and hilarious. I don't know how much of it was shot real, but it looks real, and in my mind I laughed like it was real. This movie is at my raunch comedy limit, but I don't think I've seen a movie in a long time that had this many laughs in it. It might be a whole new genre of low budget shock comedy.....as I'm convincing myself there are plenty of warped senses of humor out there.
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