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The Unquenchable Thirst for Beau Nerjoose (2016)

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This absurd tale follows an apathetic man-child, Ron, on a journey to restore the spirit of his catatonic mother. Meeting friends along the way, this ridiculous, drug-filled musical ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Quinn Allan Quinn Allan ... Old Man's Booty Worm
Richard Bain Richard Bain ... Jennifer the Hobo
Jacob Bean-Watson Jacob Bean-Watson ... Zach
Teresa Boyd Teresa Boyd ... Agnes
John Branch John Branch ... Beau Nerjoose
Johnny Buell Johnny Buell ... Henchman 1
Zach Carter Zach Carter ... Jay
Douglas DaSilva Douglas DaSilva ... Sister Buttfister
Josh Edward Josh Edward ... Doctor Esquire
Steven Fusco Steven Fusco ... Sister Fuckface
Whim Grace Whim Grace ... Hope
Jeff Hammond Jeff Hammond ... Karaoke Singer
Brittney Hancock Brittney Hancock ... Tracey
Dylan Hillerman Dylan Hillerman ... Ron's Booty Worm
Jeffrey Janoff Jeffrey Janoff ... Ron
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This absurd tale follows an apathetic man-child, Ron, on a journey to restore the spirit of his catatonic mother. Meeting friends along the way, this ridiculous, drug-filled musical expedition uncovers not only the secrets behind his mother's current state, but a mystery surrounding the purpose of the Universe. Ron must use this knowledge to not only save his mother, but also help his new space-nun friends and defeat the ultimate cause of his consternation: Dr. Beau Nerjoose. Also, Ron has a talking alien worm living in his butthole. Written by Anonymous

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Not your average dick and balls musical


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30 July 2016 (USA) See more »

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Portland, Oregon, USA See more »

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Infectious Productions See more »
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2.35 : 1
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The target audience for this film: potheads and stoners, very young teenage boys, and guys like Michael Rotondo.
4 November 2018 | by thisseatofmarsSee all my reviews

Exploitation movies can be excellent, like Poultrygeist or the Yeti: A Love Story sequel. The Unquenchable Thirst for Beau Nerjoose has the same spirit as these movies but it's just not as sharp. To be good, exploitation movies have to strike a balance between gross-out humour and wit. Poultrygeist was dirty as hell but it lampooned political correctness, liberal college culture, and taboo subjects like religion (all religions, not just Christianity, the safe-to-attack religion). "Thirst" doesn't have this same lampooning wit. It instead veers more towards the dick and fart jokes and suffers for it.

In the end "Thirst" is a simple stream of poop, sex, and boob jokes that comes off as empty-headed and even tedious at times. It'd be fine for potheads and stoners, very young teenage boys, and guys like Michael Rotondo, but if you don't fall into those categories you won't care much for this film. I laughed rarely and kept waiting for the movie to get good.

That said, I don't want to condemn "Thirst" completely. There is a lot of talent on display; the movie looks good and the actors play their parts well. "Thirst" is also a musical, and most of the songs are surprisingly catchy. The songs are even better in fact than the songs in Poultrygeist, but I'm not a big fan of musicals anyway, and I always found that the songs in Poultrygeist were the worst thing about that movie. "Thirst's" songs are brief and don't get in the way of the movie (too much).


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