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Beastie Boys: Fight for Your Right Revisited (2011)

Not Rated | | Short, Comedy, Music | 20 January 2011 (USA)
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Following the conclusion of the storyline in the "Fight For Your Right" music video, the Beasties break into a liquor store, drop acid with groupies, and get into a breakdance competition with time-traveling future versions of themselves.

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Adam Yauch

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Adam Yauch
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Elijah Wood ... Ad-Rock (B-Boys 1)
Danny McBride ... MCA (B-Boys 1)
Seth Rogen ... Mike D (B-Boys 1)
Susan Sarandon ... Mother
Stanley Tucci ... Father
Rashida Jones ... Skirt Suit
Will Arnett ... Biz Man
Adam Scott ... Cab Driver
Mike Mills ... Sir Stewart Wallace
Rainn Wilson ... Church Goer
Arabella Field ... Church Goer
Ted Danson ... Maitre D'
Roman Coppola ... Café Patron
Shannyn Sossamon ... Café Patron
Steve Buscemi ... Waiter
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Following the conclusion of the storyline in the "Fight For Your Right" music video, the Beasties break into a liquor store, drop acid with groupies, and get into a breakdance competition with time-traveling future versions of themselves.

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Short | Comedy | Music

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 January 2011 (USA) See more »

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Dolby

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1.78 : 1
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When MCA throws a bin through the store window (at around 30 mins) the explosives that break the glass go off before the bin is near it. See more »

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MCA: Sense is something you can't even make sense of until you've been to the future and spent time there.
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Alternate Versions

On April 20th 2011 at midnight, Canadian network Much-Music aired this short film uncut and uncensored, with every curse word intact. Every Much-Music airing since then has been censored, muting out all the curse words. The urination scene has also been shortened. See more »

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Spoofs Arrested Development (2003) See more »

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Fight for Your Right
Written by Beastie Boys and Rick Rubin
Performed by Beastie Boys (uncredited)
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22 April 2011 | by simonwidmerSee all my reviews

"Fight for you right revisited" is a tongue-in-cheek look on the Beastie Boys' beginning. The story starts at the end of the '86 "Fight for your right" video, where they destroyed an apartment during a party and ends in a dance battle against a future version of themselves.

Of course, the whole thing is silly as hell but hey, what did you expect? There are numerous cameos including Susan Sarandon, Steve Buscemi and a few uncredited ones (are you able to spot Orlando Bloom)? Even the real Beastie Boys make an appearance.

To me this movie shows that the Beastie Boys are not afraid to showing where they come from (on a sidenote: They haven't played their biggest hit "fight for your right to party" since the 90s). They show us how silly they were back then. Congrats to them for inviting us to laugh with them!


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