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Tour de Pharmacy (2017)

TV-MA | | Comedy, Sport | TV Movie 8 July 2017
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A mockumentary that chronicles the prevalence of doping in the world of professional cycling.

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Joe Buck
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Stu Ruckman
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Slim Robinson
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Mike Tyson
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Adriana Baton
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A mockumentary that chronicles the prevalence of doping in the world of professional cycling.

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Winning is in their blood. Among other things.

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Comedy | Sport

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8 July 2017 (USA)  »

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Pharmacy Road  »

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Certain scenes were shot on VHS and Beta cameras for authenticity. See more »

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The film mentions the coverage of the race by "France 2" channel. France 2 was created in 1992, in 1982 it was called "Antenne 2". See more »

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[Jabin Dolchey gets his clothes torn off]
Lucy Flerng: He was an odd bird, and he seemed proud of what everyone could see was a very tiny, misshaped penis.
Lance Armstrong: It was like a pistachio nut in a dirty bird's nest.
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Utterly hilarious!
30 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

Well, these kinds of mockumentaries can be a bit hit and miss. Suffice it to say that this one is simply brilliant. I was laughing out loud the whole way through.

The cast is stellar and they have a riot. Who knew Cena could do comedy so well? Orlando Bloom was hilarious and I didn't recognise him at first! Tyson really have poke fun at himself, too.

The running gag, involving a certain well-known cyclist is really well done, too.

I think HBO may have struck a rich seam here. There are all kinds of sports stories that could be hilarious mockumentaries if they let Andy Sambergh loose on them.

Really, watch this!


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