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On a mission to rid society of its most repellent citizens, terminally ill Frank makes an unlikely accomplice in 16-year-old Roxy.

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Frank
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Roxy
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Alison
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Ava
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Brad
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Chloe
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Chloe's Dad
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Chloe's Mom
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Ed
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Donna (as Lauren Phillips)
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Tampon-Throwing Tuff Gurl
Kellie Ramdhanie ...
Melissa Tuff Gurl (as Kellie Marie Ramdhanie)
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Steven Clark
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John Tyler
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American Superstarz Judge
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American Superstarz Judge
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Morning Show Host
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Morning Show Host
Brendalyn Richard ...
Karen
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Frank's Boss (as Geoff Peirson)
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Office Staff
Eliza Coyle ...
Office Staff
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Office Staff
Joe Liss ...
Office Staff
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Co-Worker
Cameron Denny ...
Office Worker
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Ronald
Danny Geter ...
Mutual of Onodaga Security Guard
Dan Spencer ...
Doctor
Leslie Noble ...
Medical Building Woman
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Michael Fuller
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TMI Host
Orson Oblowitz ...
TMI Flunky
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Stan Kurtz
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Party Planner #1
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Party Planner #2
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Fast Food Employee
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Girl Who Gets Shot in Movie Theater
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Kimberly Black
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Boy Who Gets Shot in Movie Theater #1 (as Jacob Demonte-Finn)
Carson Aune ...
Boy Who Gets Shot in Movie Theater #2
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Man with Cell Phone Who Gets Shot
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Trooper
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Sophia Milo
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Pancake Eating Pedophile
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Singing Waitress
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Roxy's Mother (as Andrea Squibb 'Harper')
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Roxy's Father
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American Superstarz Crew Member
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American Superstarz Security Guard Who Gets Shot (as Chris Doyle)
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Police Captain
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Robbie Barkley
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American Superstarz Backdoor Security Guard
Paul Eliopoulos ...
Reverend Goran
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Shady Gun Dealer
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Guy Who Runs in the Audience and Gets Shot
Daniel Lee Everson ...
Guy (as Daniel Everson)
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Ashylee Chloe's BFF
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Skylar Chloe's Other BFF
Nathan Kim ...
Dancer
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Dancer (as Zuzana Humplova)
Hunter Hamilton ...
Dancer
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Dancer (as Suzanne 'Suze-Q' Pirnat)
Brad Rowe ...
Angry Tea Bagger
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Paparazzi
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Juliana Acosta ...
Press Conference Reporter (uncredited)
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American Superstarz Fan (uncredited)
Ellen Baker ...
PR Rep for Pop Stars (uncredited)
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Bodyguard (uncredited)
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(uncredited) (voice)
Claude Bragg ...
Rich High School Kid (uncredited)
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Office Gal (uncredited)
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Jerky Boy #2 (uncredited)
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Innocent Victim in Audience (uncredited)
Travis Chesney ...
American Superstarz Fan (uncredited)
James Darling ...
Press Conference Cameraman (uncredited)
Curt Darwin ...
Extra (uncredited)
Sarah B. Downey ...
Office Worker (uncredited)
Joe Ford ...
Extra (uncredited)
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Popular Friend (uncredited)
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Baton Twirler (uncredited)
Frederick Gourgue ...
TMI Camera man (uncredited)
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Waitress (uncredited)
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Bloody Audience Member (uncredited)
Brittany Lasky ...
Extra (uncredited)
Melissa LeEllen ...
American Superstarz Fan (uncredited)
Tommy Shayne Manfredi ...
Southern Baptist Protester (uncredited)
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American Superstar Crewmember (uncredited)
Daniel Marson ...
Office Employee (uncredited)
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Bodyguard (uncredited)
Kat McPhee ...
Bloody Audience Member (uncredited)
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Rejected Boy (uncredited)
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Security Guard (uncredited)
Jennifer Powers ...
Average Student (uncredited)
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Shooter and Police Officetr (uncredited)
Maico Roa ...
Press Conference Reporter (uncredited)
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American Superstarz Celebrity (uncredited)
Keith Shawn ...
Fan (uncredited)
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Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Nevan Stewart ...
Standing Cameraman (uncredited)
Sasha Stuber ...
Female Jogger (uncredited)
Christopher Swank ...
Office Worker (uncredited)
William P. Szczech ...
Man in Hallway (uncredited)
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American Superstarz Fan (uncredited)
Charles Whitman ...
Himself (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Dustin York ...
Baptist Protester (uncredited)

Directed by

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Bobcat Goldthwait

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Jeff Culotta ... producer
Sarah de Sa Rego ... co-producer
Jim Goldthwait ... co-producer
Edward H. Hamm Jr. ... executive producer
Sean McKittrick ... producer
Angela Sostre ... line producer
Jason Stewart ... co-producer

Music by

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Matt Kollar

Cinematography by

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Bradley Stonesifer

Film Editing by

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David Hopper
Jason Stewart

Editorial Department

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Steve Forner ... assistant editor
Matt Kollar ... additional editing
Aaron Peak ... on-line editor
Ryan Whisenant ... playback editor

Casting By

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Ruth Lambert
Robert McGee

Production Design by

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Natalie Sanfilippo

Set Decoration by

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Kirk Oberholtzer

Costume Design by

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Sarah de Sa Rego

Makeup Department

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Abigail Bradley ... additional hair stylist / additional makeup artist
Noa Brandes ... assistant makeup artist
Kierra Cole Scheffer ... additional hair stylist (as Kierra Scheffer) / additional makeup artist (as Kierra Scheffer)
Robert Kato DeStefan ... special makeup effects artist
Brittany Fontaine ... assistant makeup artist (as Brittnie Fontaine)
Morgan Jenkins ... assistant makeup artist
Christopher Allen Nelson ... special makeup effects artist (as Christopher Nelson)
Jenn Rose ... special makeup effects artist
Dawn Subhasiriwatana ... key hair stylist / key makeup artist

Production Management

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Joel Henry ... production supervisor
Mark Moran ... unit production manager
Aaron Peak ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Michael Breines ... first assistant director (reshoots)
Jim Goldthwait ... first assistant director
Joe Moore ... second assistant director
Aimee Pierson ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Ben Brecher ... leadman
Jeffrey Cavelier ... graphic designer
Rebekah Estey ... assistant property master
Alma Gamino ... buyer
Lindsey Longo ... assistant property master
Alex Manjarrez ... set dresser
Christine Mitchell ... assistant property master
Evan Regester ... graphic designer
Vanesa Wilkey-Escobar ... property master

Sound Department

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Jose Barocio Jr. ... boom operator (as Jose Barocio)
Omar Barraza ... additional boom operator
Bill Donnelly ... sound mixer (new york)
Ada Douglass ... sound mixer
Casey Genton ... sound effects editor
Robert Jackson ... sound designer / supervising sound editor
Sang Jun Kim ... dialogue editor (as Sang Kim)
Tim Limer ... sound recordist
Arran Murphy ... sound mixer
Gabriel J. Serrano ... re-recording mixer
Brian Slack ... re-recording mixer
Callie Thurman ... sound editor

Special Effects by

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Stepka Li ... armorer

Visual Effects by

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Travis Baumann ... digital compositor: Gradient Effects
Luis F. Pazos ... visual effects editor
Aaron Peak ... colorist / digital effects artist
Rebecca Ramsey ... producer: Gradient Effects
Neil W. Smith ... digital intermediate supervisor: Hollywood DI
Thomas Tannenberger ... visual effects supervisor: Gradient Effects

Stunts

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Alex Daniels ... stunt advisor
Justin Gant ... stunts
Hubie Kerns Jr. ... stunts
Peewee Piemonte ... stunt coordinator (as Peewee Piedmont)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Douglas Bard ... theatrical lighting best boy
Brant Beland ... gaffer
Stephen Belovarich ... swing intern
Kenny Bowen ... swing intern
Ryan Breitenbach ... grip
Mike Carano ... still photographer
Jan-Michael Del Mundo ... electrician
Gus Dominguez ... lighting director
Danny Dougherty ... grip
Chris Falkowski ... steadicam operator
Patrick George ... lighting console programmer
Gabriel Gonzalez ... grip intern
Ruben Gonzalez ... lighting technician (as Ruben Gonzales)
Frederick Gourgue ... production assistant
Alex Goyette ... swing intern
Chris Guerrero ... lighting technician
Zachary Hunter ... camera intern
Julien Janigo ... key grip
Imre Juhasz ... b-camera operator
Levi Kaminkowitz ... grip
Patrick J. Kearns ... lighting technician
Kim Lapplander ... second assistant camera
Drew Lauer ... high speed camera operator
Nicholas H. Martin ... additional dit
John Paul Meyer ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Bo Ng ... swing intern
Scott Probe ... spotlight operator
John C. Reyes ... camera operator / first assistant camera
Nik Sipolins ... swing intern
Damyon Tashjian ... lighting technician
Kenneth Thompson ... swing intern
Jerry Watson ... lighting designer

Animation Department

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Jeff Striker ... animator

Casting Department

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Cash Oshman ... Big Crowds: President
Alana Raiser ... Big Crowds: Vice President
Christi Webb ... casting associate
Shayna Sherwood ... casting assistant (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Abigail Bradley ... wardrobe assistant
Tasha Goldthwait ... key costumer
Brittany Trusler ... costumer

Location Management

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Taylor Erickson ... location assistant
Rick Surad ... location manager

Music Department

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Linda Cohen ... music supervisor
Matt Kollar ... composer: theme music

Other crew

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Benjamin Berkowitz ... Marketing & Publicity
Nick Cane ... production intern
Matt Carson ... production assistant
James Chichil ... production assistant
Mel Christian ... production intern
Cole Dabney ... social media & marketing
Tyler Diamond ... key set production assistant
Wesley Donato ... production assistant
Barbara Fleeman ... key craft service
Frankie Gieb ... set teacher (as Frank Gieb)
Frederick Gourgue ... production assistant
Jack Grimmett ... on-set extras coordinator
Andra Hayes ... script supervisor
Brandon Hwang ... production assistant
Naomi Iwamoto ... production assistant / production intern
Caroline Kim ... production intern
Matt Kollar ... production intern
Kenneth Kraus ... set medic
Uyen Le ... production legal
Roger Luna ... set medic
Amy McDonald ... production office assistant
Ryan Meyers ... production assistant
Ali Naqvi ... production assistant
Veronica Nickel ... production coordinator: Syracuse & New York
Elizabeth E. Quinlan ... production coordinator
Cesar Robles ... set medic
Sheila R. Rose ... assistant production coordinator
Michael Rutkowski ... production assistant (as Mike Rutkowski)
Daniel Seo ... production intern
Josh Sessoms ... production assistant / production intern
Trish Sie ... choreographer
Justin Sostre ... production intern
Marissa Stone ... production intern
Mike Tristano ... master armorer
Melissa Varona ... production assistant
Viktor von Drakk ... production intern

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Loveless, jobless, possibly terminally ill, Frank has had enough of the downward spiral of America. With nothing left to lose, Frank takes his gun and offs the stupidest, cruelest, and most repellent members of society. He finds an unusual accomplice: 16-year-old Roxy, who shares his sense of rage and disenfranchisement. Written by Anonymous

Plot Keywords
Taglines Taking out the trash, one jerk at a time. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Armados y cabreados (Spain)
  • Deus Abençoe a América (Brazil)
  • Боже, благослови Америку! (Russia)
  • Bože, blagoslovi Ameriku (Croatia)
  • Isten áldja Amerikát! (Hungary)
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Runtime
  • 105 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $27,308, 13 May 2012
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $105,406, 16 Jun 2012

Did You Know?

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Trivia When Frank is buying the AK-47, the dealer describes it as "The very best there is. When you absolutely, positively got to kill every motherfucker in the room, accept no substitutes." This is the same way Samuel L. Jackson's character describes an AK-47 in the beginning of the Quentin Tarantino film Jackie Brown (1997). See more »
Goofs When the cop catches them sleeping he asks for registration and ID. When he hands it back it is only the ID with no registration. See more »
Movie Connections Features Attack of the Giant Leeches (1959). See more »
Soundtracks Beat the Devil's Tattoo See more »
Crazy Credits The character that tries to buy Roxy at the diner is listed as "The Pancake Eating Pedophile". See more »
Quotes Frank: Oh, I get, and I am offended. Not because I've got a problem with bitter, predictable, whiny, millionaire disk jockeys complaining about celebrities or how tough their life is, while I live in an apartment with paper-thin walls next to a couple of Neanderthals who, instead of a baby, decided to give birth to some kind of nocturnal civil defense air-raid siren that goes off every fuckin' night like it's Pearl Harbor. I'm not offended that they act like it's my responsibility to protect their rights to pick on the weak like pack animals, or that we're supposed to support their freedom of speech when they don't give a fuck about yours or mine.
Office Worker: So, you're against free speech now? That's in the Bill of Rights, man.
Frank: I would defend their freedom of speech if I thought it was in jeopardy. I would defend their freedom of speech to tell uninspired, bigoted, blowjob, gay-bashing, racist and rape jokes all under the guise of being edgy, but that's not the edge. That's what sells. They couldn't possibly pander any harder or be more commercially mainstream, because this is the "Oh no, you didn't say that!" generation, where a shocking comment has more weight than the truth. No one has any shame anymore, and we're supposed to celebrate it. I saw a woman throw a used tampon at another woman last night on network television, a network that bills itself as "Today's Woman's Channel". Kids beat each other blind and post it on Youtube. I mean, do you remember when eating rats and maggots on Survivor was shocking? It all seems so quaint now. I'm sure the girls from "2 Girls 1 Cup" are gonna have their own dating show on VH-1 any day now. I mean, why have a civilization anymore if we no longer are interested in being civilized?
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