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Rock Slyde (2009)

PG-13 | | Comedy | 31 March 2009 (USA)
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A film noir comedy about Rock Slyde, a down-and-out private detective that engages in a turf war with an upstart quasi-religious cult, The House of Bartology.

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... Rock Slyde
... Bart
... Sara
... Judy Bee
... Martin
... Mailman Stan
... Jake the Deliveryman
... Master Bartologist
Jason Manns ... Homeless Pete
... David
... Bartender (as Kristin Holt)
... Randy Wonder
... Gary
... Jerry
... The Friendly Pirate
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A film noir comedy about Rock Slyde, a down-and-out private detective that engages in a turf war with an upstart quasi-religious cult, The House of Bartology.

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One man. One case. No clue. See more »

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Rated PG-13 on appeal for sexual material including language | See all certifications »

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Rock Slyde: Private Eye  »

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$350,000 (estimated)
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Patrick Warburton told Family Circle magazine that his favorite ride at Disneyland is the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. See more »

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When Rock Slyde knocks on the door of the Bartologists, the first knock in the series is without audio and the last audible knock does not accompany a physical impact of his knuckles on the door. See more »

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Rock Slyde: My name is Rock Slyde, and I blame my mother. With a name like that I was destined for one of two careers. That's detective work, or porn. After starring in two art films, I decided the glamor life of a porn star wasn't for me. Besides, I was hung like a hamster.
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Humorous But Not Perfect
12 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

A down and out private detective (Patrick Warburton) engages in a turf war with a upstart quasi-religious cult, run by the Blessed Guru Bart (Andy Dick).

What I liked about this film was that Warburton had a role that was not terribly different in humor from "The Tick", possibly his best character ever. He has a wonderful voice and when used for comedy it really hits an audience in a way no other actor's voice can.

I also liked Eric Roberts being here. While he has fallen harder than almost any celebrity (his appearance in "The Dead Want Women" is lamentable) he does a great cameo here and I think it might almost be the last good comedy performance he has had (as of 2013).


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