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Big Money Rustlas (2010)

In the Wild West town of Mudbug, Sheriff Sugar Wolf arrives to confront an over-the-top villain, Big Baby Chips.

Director:

Paul Andresen

Writers:

Violent J (original story) (as Joe Bruce), Violent J (screenplay) (as Joe Bruce) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Violent J ... Big Baby Chips
Shaggy 2 Dope ... Sheriff Sugar Wolf
Tony Borcherding Tony Borcherding ... The Foot
Blaze Ya Dead Homie Blaze Ya Dead Homie ... The Mortician (as Blaze)
Boondox Boondox ... The Ghost
Mark Jury Mark Jury ... Dirty Sanchez
Jason Mewes ... Bucky
Ron Jeremy ... Grizzly Wolf
Bridget Powers Bridget Powers ... Tink (as Bridget Powerz)
Jody Sadler Jody Sadler ... Tank
Jamie Madrox Jamie Madrox ... Raw Stank
Monoxide Monoxide ... Dusty Poot
Jumpsteady Jumpsteady ... Hack Benjamin
Brian David Brian David ... Sweet Wolf
Cindie Haynie ... Mama Wolf
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In the Wild West town of Mudbug, Sheriff Sugar Wolf arrives to confront an over-the-top villain, Big Baby Chips.

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The good, the bad and the outrages!

Genres:

Comedy | Western

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive language, crude sexual content and violence
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Trivia

The film premiered at The Fillmore Detroit on January 23, 2010. See more »

Goofs

When Tink presents Sugar Wolf with the cherry pie, the top crust is mostly closed and we see very little of the filling. However, in the next-to-last shot of her holding the pie, the top crust suddenly changes to a lattice pattern. See more »

Quotes

Dirty Sanchez: [as Sugar is about to drink water from the well] I wouldn't do that if I was you.
Sugar Wolf: What's it to you, hombre?
Dirty Sanchez: Look, man.
[Sanchez tosses the cup of water on the ground, where it starts hissing and steaming from deluding acid]
Sugar Wolf: Oh, shit!
Dirty Sanchez: It's better to drink in the saloon. Years ago, acid from the goldmine polluted our water. I mean, it's as polluted as a fat chick's ass after running a marathon with no underwear, man.
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Crazy Credits

Billy Bill wasn't in this movie either See more »

Connections

Featured in The Comix Scrutinizer: Spaced #1 (2016) See more »

Soundtracks

Sippin on Down
Written by Mike E. Clark
Performed by Boondox
Published by Real Beat Music (BMI)
Courtesy of Psychopathic Records
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Waste of my time, and I am a fan!
6 February 2011 | by arabian_gothSee all my reviews

OK WOW, where to start...

As a fan of the insane clown posse, I am shocked at how bad this was. There are only 4 stars I can give to this movie in its favor. 1 star for the cameos 1 star for making me laugh a few times more than any of the parody movie that have come out in the last 10 years 1 star for the colourful characters. and 1 star out of pity.

To be perfectly honest, the jokes were tired and old but compare it to "Airplane!" and that movie seems to be fresh. This had no charm that the original "big money hustlas" had. The first movie actually worked since it had the feel of an exploitation movie which was all too good. I could actually show it to people who didn't like ICP and they enjoyed it.

Yet this movie... seemed like an overly bad cartoon made into a live action movie with the intention of a stoner and juggalo audience. This movie is a disappointment. Big Money Rustlas had the WORST acting i have seen since Rollerblade or even worse... A Bam Margera film. Actually I take that back, this had a plot, a weak one but a plot none the less. Why do comedies insist in having actors act intentionally hammy? Sure when Troma did it back in the 80s it was kinda acceptable (still cant watch the 1st 1/4 of "Sgt Kobukiman" without cringing) but this was annoying in a way. I don't know if this is the directors first movie but if it is... learn from this... a major mistake. Did they improv most of the dialogue or was it in the actual script it? This was horrible. HORRIBLE.

Any of you reading this, have you been to Universal Studios or Warner Brothers Movie World (don't know if that is an Australian only thing) and have seen their Wild West section... THAT looked more realistic than this joke. Sometimes its just best to not have everything look clean and new.

I am over this, I got better things to write about. Sorry but giving it more stars than I have is murder to film.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 January 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Big Money Ru$tla$ See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Budget:

$1,500,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

Psychopathic Records See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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