Charlie Murphy takes the lead for this comedy concerning two best friends sent hurtling through a politically-incorrect television landscape thanks to a magical remote control that redefines the concept of interactive entertainment. Now, with each change of the channel, the shows get more bizarre, leaving hapless knuckleheads Bubba and Leroy scrambling to find a way back into the real world.
- Stars:D.C. Douglas, Howard Alonzo, Devin McGinn, Sheldon Anderson, Boogie, Nickie Bryar, Parvesh Cheena, María Costa, Affion Crockett, G. Ja Nee' Davis, Dean Edwards, Jesse Erwin, Carlos Ferro, Jose Garcia Jr., Robert Hays,
- Director:Gary Hardwick,
- Writer:Gary Hardwick
A magical TV remote control sends Bubba and Leroy tumbling into an un-PC TV land where the channel keeps changing and the shows get more and more bizarre. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(kr) wrote: James McAvoy was great in this. I really enjoy movies that are rooted in historic events. I know that this doesn't play completely true to what happened, but it was an enjoyable movie nonetheless.
(us) wrote: Menopausal version of Thelma and Louise. Not good.
(nl) wrote: This is an eerily real drama about two kids who plot to shoot up their school. There are some flaws in this film, but there is enough emotional depth and creepy stroytelling to save this one from oblivion. The acting from this first time cast was actually really good for a pretty low budget indie that even I didn't know what it was before my friends told me to watch it. It's an unnerving film that is not for the easily offended. Not bad.
(us) wrote: A court hearing on the word Asshole .lmao! this is a funny lawyer movie.
(nl) wrote: Oh my god, this movie is ridiculous. Kurt Russell at his comedic best. The special effects are straight out of the 80s but there's lots of action, fighting and snappy wit. Definitely in my top ten.
(de) wrote: boring softporn flick. 1,5/5
(jp) wrote: This political comedy-drama certainly is patriotic and Stewart gives a very good performance in the lead role. Although the editing is sometimes poor and there are a few too many slow or tedious moments, it all comes together in final memorable courtroom scene. Considered to be one of the best movies of all time. AAN 1001
(fr) wrote: un film extreme et mont de faon extreme comme un documentaire
(mx) wrote: Enjoyable, surprisingly sharply written B-movie with great performances and surprisingly effective special effects for the most part. A quite enjoyable way to pass a couple of hours...
(ag) wrote: "Take a good look. You wanted a war, mister, you got one. I hope you're the first man killed in it." Burn. It was really good. If you can stand the length (2 hours 45 mins), and if you like westerns, give it a go. For 50 years ago, and even for today, this movie has some jaw-dropping effects and shots. Plus, the cast is HUGE, tons of big names, with solid acting across the board (here's just a few: James Stewart, John Wayne, Henry Fonda, Gregory Peck, Walter Brennan). It should also be known that the movie had 3 directors (including the legendary John Ford), each one devoted to certain scenes and settings. But alas, the movie isn't perfect. My gripes were that it seemed to focus more on the romantic storylines than on the "winning the West" plot, which was supposed to be the whole point of the movie, right? And my other complaint wasn't really a big deal, but needs to be addressed. This was one of only 10 movies shot with 3-strip Cinerama. Basically, they shot it with 3 cameras, simultaneously, so you had to watch it on 3 screens all at once (neat idea, but costly and didn't catch on). The home media releases varied, including the 2 vertical lines where the screens met, and also certain releases, like blu-ray, digitally removed the lines. However, they were still visible in some scenes! Or, worse yet, you had an image that molded into itself, like the 3 screens were connected and...umm, curvy. So yea, it bugged me haha. But, I must say, for the most part, they did a fairly good job restoring it. Sorry, didn't mean to ramble. Good movie.