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Whether you like toilet humor or not, a few of the joke ideas would at least on paper look quite funny.However, the timing of the jokes somehow never seems to be right and many gags drag on for just too long.Here and there the word "cult" appeared in reviews as well, but the overwhelming majority of reactions was negative.The idea for the movie to create a modern remake of Kentucky Fried Movie - was conceived in the early 2000s.

It rather boggles the mind how so many micromanaging handlers allowed their A-list talent to participate in a production that looks funded from a frat-house’s loose-couch-change collection, and at the end of the day, I’m not sure vaunting, say, the chicken-or-the-egg argument about HPV infection in “Veronica” is necessarily distinguishing wheat from the chaff. Uma Thurman is, I think is Supergirl and Kristen Bell is Supergirl and Uma Thurman is Lois Lane or something. Framed by the story of a faded star (Dennis Quaid) trying to pitch his crazy film ideas to a put-upon studio executive (Greg Kinnear), we are dragged into a world of bizarre, gross, wildly inappropriate (and sometimes hilarious) tales, which feature strange combinations of celebrities engaging in some A woman's (Kate Winslet) blind date with a successful millionaire (Hugh Jackman) comes with a raunchy catch; Two suburban parents (real-life couple Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts) try to create the traumas of high school for their home-schooled son (Jeremy Allen White); A man (Chris Pratt) tries to summon the...It does, however, lead below the belt, with Hugh Jackman playing a nice guy unfortunately saddled with a ball sac for an Adam’s apple.(There’s a reason the blogosphere is calling this the Norbit moment for newly minted Oscar nominee Jackman.) Judging by the closing credits, writers Rocky Russo and Jeremy Sosenko are culpable for this segment and other lowlights, including a wincing framing story involving Dennis Quaid as a twitchy screenwriter pitching each short as a screenplay idea to studio exec Greg Kinnear.

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