Movie 43  Comedy What a strange movie, you either love it or hate it, there’s no middle ground. I think that most of the hate comes from people who couldn’t see the most important message that this movie is sending (although, when a guy has his balls on the chin, it’s kinda hard to miss them). That message is: Internet is fucked up, and people are even more fucked up. It doesn’t matter whether you think that this is true or not, this is a fact, the only question that remains is are you willing to look in the deepest depths of the Internet, but also, at the same time the deepest depths of the human soul. Of course, this is all for fun, so don’t think that you will find some revelations here. In case you like toilet humor, pranks and weird situations this is a movie for you, otherwise don’t even try to check it out. Best viewed while drunk or high, Movie 43 is something really special. Never in my life have I seen a movie with so many What The Fuck scenes, and this was the main idea behind the movie, to make something that viewers have never seen, without any censorship or restraint… Two buddies, Calvin and JJ, decide to make a “Jackass” clip and post it online, and as they were celebrating one million hits on Youtube, Calvin’s nerdy younger brother Baxter appears on their screen explaining that they have only one view and that the rest was just a joke. Mad at him, they decide to prank him by telling him that there’s this infamous Movie 43 that apparently no one can find on the Internet. Ready to meet this challenge, Baxter starts to search the dark corners of the Internet and while he’s doing that, Calvin is filling his computer with viruses. To pass the time while they search, they check out some of the most deprived and forbidden videos on the Internet… Comprised of several fucked up stories, and with a bunch of actors at their prime (Hugh Jackman, Emma Stone, Richard Gere, Kate Winslet, Naomi Watts…) Movie 43 doesn’t even try to make sense, it just goes with the flow (and by that I mean the weirdest and most awkward situations that you can imagine). The prevailing theme is sex, so get ready for some twisted and perverse plots. I swear, at some scenes I just had to cover my eyes, while laughing my ass off, of course. For some of the viewers there will be nothing new, especially if you are used to watching those what da fuck videos online, the rest needs to catch up with the current trends. You’ll see, in a couple of decades this movie will be mention as the American version of Monty Python… Directors: Bob Odenkirk , Elizabeth Banks (segment “Middleschool Date”), Steven Brill (segment “iBabe”), Steve Carr (segment “The Proposition”), Rusty Cundieff (segment “Victory’s Glory”), James Duffy (segment “Super Hero Speed Dating”), Griffin Dunne (segment “Veronica”), Peter Farrelly (segments “The Pitch”, “The Catch” and “Truth or Dare”), Patrik Forsberg (segment “Tampax”), Will Graham (segment “Homeschooled”),James Gunn (segment “Beezel”), Brett Ratner (segment “Happy Birthday”), Jonathan van Tulleken Writers: Rocky Russo, Jeremy Sosenko, Ricky Blitt, Bill O’Malley, Jacob Fleisher, Elizabeth Wright Shapiro, Matt Portenoy, Bob Odenkirk, Will Graham, Jack Kukoda, Patrik Forsberg, Olle Sarri, Claes Kjellstrom,Jonas Wittenmark, Tobias Carlson, James Gunn, Will Carlough, Jonathan van Tulleken, Greg Pritikin, Steve Baker Cast: Dennis Quaid, Greg Kinnear, Common, Seth MacFarlane, Hugh Jackman, Kate Winslet, Liev Schreiber, Naomi Watts, Anna Faris, Emma Stone, Richard Gere, Kate Bosworth, Justin Long, Jason Sudeikis, Uma Thurman, Gerard Butler, Seann William Scott, Johnny Knoxville, Halle Berry, Stephen Merchant, Terrence Howard Fun Facts: Trey Parker and Matt Stone were initially set to direct a segment but later dropped out. Rating: – If you like these movies Rating: – If you don’t like them IMDb Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1333125/ Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.