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Fred: The Movie (2010)

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Lovestruck, awkward teen Fred Figglehorn makes desperate attempts to make Judy fall in love with him - while also dodging the mischievous Kevin.


Clay Weiner


David A. Goodman (screenplay), Lucas Cruikshank (character ""Fred Figglehorn"")
3,796 ( 321)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lucas Cruikshank ... Fred Figglehorn / Derf
Pixie Lott ... Judy
Jake Weary ... Kevin
Jennette McCurdy ... Bertha
John Cena ... Fred's Dad
Siobhan Fallon Hogan ... Fred's Mom
Jack Coughlan Jack Coughlan ... Young Fred
Mak Kriksciun Mak Kriksciun ... Little Evan Weiss
Robert Noble Robert Noble ... #6 Bus Driver
Gary Anthony Williams ... Laundromat Manager
John Gatins ... Car Wash Clerk #1
Bambadjan Bamba ... Car Wash Clerk #2
Kirsten Berman ... Fiat Driver
Oscar Nuñez ... Lorenzo
Jordan Black ... Gary


Lovestruck, awkward teen Fred Figglehorn makes desperate attempts to make Judy fall in love with him - while also dodging the mischievous Kevin.

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The epic journey to find Judy


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Did You Know?


The film had an incredibly rushed production schedule. According to Lucas Cruikshank, the first meeting with producers and the film's premiere on Nickelodeon were only about ten months apart. See more »


When Fred goes crazy in his house after discovering that Judy moved, the lamp on the left changes from a small lamp to a big lamp. However, this could have been done deliberately for whatever reason. See more »


Fred's Mom: Fred, open the door!
Fred Figglehorn: Oh. Mom! Sorry.
[Fred opens the front door and let's his mum in]
Fred Figglehorn: You're strong
Fred's Mom: Fred, what's going on in here?
Fred Figglehorn: Mom, I though someone was gonna attack me. Although, I don't know why anyone would want to.
Fred's Mom: Maybe because of your voice.
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Referenced in Ask Orange: Toad Talk! (2015) See more »


International Competition
Written by Nik Frost and Geoff Siegel
Performed by Cherry Orange
Courtesy of Fundamental Music
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The Worst Film of All Time
28 August 2016 | by benultimateSee all my reviews

If I could give this piece of crap a 0/10, I would. Heck, I'd go far enough to give it a -10/10, that meaning this film offers NOTHING ENTERTAINING WHATSOEVER.

First off, you have the worst YouTuber of all time as the main character. This is a guy that jump-cuts after every high-pitched sentence he utters from his filthy little mouth, in a desperate attempt to make sure he doesn't lose the attention of the toddlers watching him, because in all honesty, that's likely the age group he appeals to in his web shorts.

He is an all-out assault on your eyes and ears, and will not stop until you've either muted the video or destroyed your laptop. He's unfunny, immature, loud, aggravating, obnoxious, and above all, pathetic. And how he became the first YouTuber to gain a million subscribers is a clear sign that the internet is REALLY messed up.

So having to put up with him for 80 solid minutes in his own film, which soon grew into an abysmal movie trilogy somehow, is outright TORTURE.

Seriously, the acting is the worst I've ever heard in a movie, the script and screenplay are a complete disgrace, several scenes in this movie are either awkward, or are bound to make you feel unclean for witnessing them, and at least 95% of this film consists of nothing but filler, or scenes designed specifically to make the main character look like a complete moron, as that's apparently what the film crew confuse for comedy in this piece of sh*t.

This film will mentally and physically harm you in every possible fashion. Stay as far away from this piece of trash as you possibly can... for your own good.

Screw Lucas Cruikshank for coming up with Fred, screw modern Nickelodeon for letting this travesty premiere on their channel, and Screw! This! Movie!

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Nickelodeon [United States]





Release Date:

18 September 2010 (USA) See more »

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Box Office


$4,000,000 (estimated)

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1.78 : 1
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