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2 Dudes and a Dream (2009)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 3 February 2009 (USA)
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Fate brings 2 Dudes to Los Angeles who become friends while following their dreams. Along the way they encounter tons of wacky characters and Hollywood at its weirdest!

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Nathan Bexton

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Brian Drolet (story), Jordan Eubanks (story) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Brian Drolet ... Thomas Price
Nick Nicotera ... Sebastian Dinkle (as Nic Nac)
Tanja Reichert ... April Stevenson
Jordan Eubanks Jordan Eubanks ... Marcus Shakesalot
Al Santos ... Chucky Stevenson
Carlos Ramirez ... Roberto Castillo
Parisse Boothe ... London Motel Seis
Jason Mewes ... Pink Dot Clerk / Priest
Stuart Stone ... Barry Swift (as Stu Stone)
Andy Milonakis ... Ned
Simon Rex ... Dirt Nasty
James Duval ... Phil
Jon Abrahams ... Model Instructor
Todd Veneman Todd Veneman ... Jared Dinkle
Nicholas Irons Nicholas Irons ... Fronze
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Fate brings 2 Dudes to Los Angeles who become friends while following their dreams. Along the way they encounter tons of wacky characters and Hollywood at its weirdest!

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English

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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$120,000 (estimated)
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not the worst ever but still horrible
9 January 2010 | by mark strohmanSee all my reviews

I have a legitimate question and that is how in the heck did Warner Bros pick this up for distribution? I suppose it had something to do with the list of "c" list actors involved, but then they had the nerve to put it on Time Warner Cable pay per view and innocent bystanders like myself shelled out $ 3.99 for this piece of schlock under the assumption that time warner has some sort of quality control. Everything in here was essentially taken from some other movie and then done in a sub-par manner. The jokes were of the lowest common denominator, which i wouldn't even mind but it wasn't done well. It wasn't a matter of being "over the top", it was just plain bad acting. The saving grace is that, one of the lead actors, the tall dark haired guy, was very likable and charismatic, (which enabled me to make it through half the film) but the short chubby guy, boy he just has an "anti-star" quality, not only is he difficult to look, but he has that irritating vibe like if you met him on the street and asked to be your facebook friend you would likely say no way. This film is trying to be something its not, put it this way, one of the supporting characters looks like the Mexican guy from Napolean Dynamite, and it turns out its the guys twin brother with zero acting credits. Ha ha! they couldn't even get the real "Pedro" i guess he passed on this nonsense. SAVE YOUR PRECIOUS TIME AND MONEY AND PASS ON THIS RUBBISH.


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