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Go Go Crazy (2011)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 29 April 2011 (USA)
The mockumentary follows the contests, judges, and hostess of a go go boy dancing contest. With a little sex, sabotage, and a few dirty tricks, this movie will turn you on, bend you over with laughter and then give you a happy ending.


Fred M. Caruso


Fred M. Caruso


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Credited cast:
Christina Bianco ... Tina Perkins
Paul Cereghino Paul Cereghino ... Chase
Rick Crom ... Hank
Michael Cusumano Michael Cusumano ... Kiernon
Hugh C. Daly ... Additional Audience Member (voice)
Brian Michael Finn ... Additional Audience Member (voice)
Nick Kenkel Nick Kenkel ... Vinnie
Steven Polito ... Hedda Lettuce
Eric Spear Eric Spear ... Ken
Derek St. Pierre Derek St. Pierre ... Simon
Ryan Windish ... Connor


Welcome to Go Go Crazy: a contest where talent and ambition take a backseat to speedos and desperation. Five shameless contestants with little to gain and nothing to lose take to the stage in a gay nightclub for a chance to achieve go go boy glory and a $1000 cash prize. On the judging panel are a burned out porn star, a Celine Dion "embodier," and the raunchy nightclub owner - all of whom threaten to steal the spotlight from the fame-hungry, back-stabbing contestants. Starring iconic drag comedian Hedda Lettuce, gay adult film star Jake Steel, and some sexy broadway actors, Go Go Crazy is a hilarious, outrageous mockumentary from director Fred M. Caruso (The Big Gay Musical). With a little sex, sabotage, and dirty tricks, this movie will turn you on, bend you over with laughter, and then give you a happy ending. Written by Fred M. Caruso

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29 April 2011 (USA) See more »

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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Painful to watch!
6 June 2018 | by paulclaassenSee all my reviews

There was nothing remotely funny or interesting about this hideous docu-style film. It was painful to watch how the actors tried to act documentary interview realistic. None of the interviews were believable. People simply don't talk that way on camera. I realize this is a mockumentary, but my gawd it was just awful! This was like a bad amateur school production with the stupidest dialogue imaginable, and very badly acted - if you can even call it acting. It was just dreadful on every level.

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