Full Movie Reviews
ikkegoemikke - wrote on 02/16/2015
Everybody is speaking about the "WTF"-level this movie has.
Yep, I had that too after a while : "What The Fuck" am I actually watching ....
The fact that such a star cast joins this is twofold (I think):
1. They probably are paid a disgusting lot of money for their momentary cooperation
2. If completely unknown nobodies would be in this movie, it wouldn't even get in the cinema. In other words the marketing department knew what it was doing.
If it was the intention to bring anarchic absurd humor on the screen, than this wasn't a real big succes. "The Young Ones" is pure anarchism and "Monty Python" is an epitome of absurdity. This was just a cocktail of vulgar poop and pee humor, laced with sexual trivia. From Halle Berry's bloated hooters to the testicles on Hugh Jackman's …
memento_mori - wrote on 11/15/2013
Believe me when I say that I do NOT want to talk about something that has a moral and comedic stature of a stain of excrement on the wall. But, I'm going to do it anyway.
Movie 43 is what you get when a bunch of talented people get together and have a brain malfunction.
The wonders of the universe used to be on my mind. I used to think about why oxygen existed, or human life for that matter. Now, I think about how this atrocity of a film could have ever been made.
This 'movie' has not a single redeeming feature. Everyone in this film gave their weakest effort, everyone. And it simply pains me to know that good actors actually took part in something as offensive, annoying, deceiving and morally wrong as Movie 43, the (I quote Richard Roeper) 'Citizen Kane of awful'.
I know a lot …
Rod - wrote on 05/11/2013
An insane writer pitching crazy movie plots to a producer with big stars on his mind.
I knew from the very start of this film, very few audience would appreciate this one. I am one of those who always see the good on crappy movies. At first, I had really bad time digesting everything and checking what this movie offered good to its goers. The story segments were really really offensive, unbelievable and... whatever. Watching the trailer again before doing this review, I felt like I haven't seen the real picture. I THINK, it is about the reality. The reality that we do have these kinds of movies that are story-wise crappy, only have the famous and BIG STARS of the Hollywood. AND... like that! I'm not really sure if I am actually getting it right.
I always love the idea of …
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 03/16/2013
One word can be describe for this so-called film, POINTLESS! This coming from a reviewer who never uses all caps in reviews. One of many offensive scenes that was very distasteful and crude: Kids as machines, naked women as "iBabes," a midget (leprechaun) being assaulted, blow the birth day cake of a blind boy, have somebody look Asian, racist remarks before a basketball game, in a truth or dare date game, and the atrocious tirades are endless. It starts with the "balls" on the neck of Jackman in which Winslet notices, the husband of Watts tease their delirious gay son, Anna Faris wants to be pooped on, the iBabe ad, grotesque and overly stupid concepts go on and on. First three stories will make you squirm not in terror, but in how idiotic the whole movie was. If the conclusion was …
Looneymanthegreat - wrote on 03/05/2013
Holly crap was this bad, really bad, horrifyingly bad. I thought I was pretty savvy, I thought that a little crude humor couldn’t faze me, but god was I wrong. After seeing Movie 43 I immediately went home and took a shower, because after leaving the theater I felt literally dirty.
It’s not really the crudeness of the movie that makes it nigh unwatchable; it’s the fact that the comedy isn’t as much funny as it is surprising. I’ve probably seen cruder humor other movies but it has never been used so badly. The movie is made in a way that the crude humor is the focus of the film, not characters or story, so much so that they don’t even bother to end the film, it just sort of stops. The recent 21 and Over was crude (though not as crude as Movie 43) but it still had a …