The Greatest Movie Ever Rolled
is a movie starring
Doug Benson, Cameron Buchholtz, and Lydia Demange.
Two Comedians, Doug Benson and Graham Elwood. decide to make a movie detailing their lives on the road.
In response to Morgan Spurlock's COMIC-CON: A FAN'S HOPE, comedian Doug Benson (SUPER HIGH ME) stars in this doc that looks at San Diego Comic-Con from his hazy perspective. Featuring ... See full summary »
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Would have been awesome without Graham Elwood. He is not funny, never has been, why the hell did Doug Benson make a movie with him? Watching this is like a Greek tragedy, Doug is hilarious, the next second you're subjected to the torture of Graham Elwood. I can only guess that they are good friends and Doug threw him a bone. But he ruined the movie by doing it. He has heaps of friends that would have been better, Sarah Silverman would have been hilarious, Brian Posehn would be like a good acid trip, anyone would be funnier than Elwood. He is simply not funny, he drags the movie down so much. Just when you're laughing at Doug's jokes, he comes on and kills the whole mood. Still funny for the Doug moments tho, which thankfully is most of them... still, only gets a 5... you should know better Doug, you know movies!
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