MOVIE 43

At Least 43 Perverse Ways To Offend Every Decent Person

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Release Date: January 25, 2013

Starring: Dennis Quaid, Greg Kinnear,
Hugh Jackman, Kate Winslet,
Naomi Watts, Liev Schreiber,
Halle Berry, Richard Gere,
Emma Stone, Rory Culkin, Josh
Duhamel, Elizabeth Banks,
Terrence Howard

Genre: Comedy

Audience: Adults

Rating: R

Runtime: 95 minutes

Distributor: Relativity Media

Director: Elizabeth Banks, Steven Brill,
Steve Carr, Rusty Cundieff,
James Duffy, Griffin Dunne,
Peter Farrelly, Patrik
Forsberg, James Gunn, Bob
Odenkirk, Brett Ratner,
Jonathan van Tulleken

Executive Producer: Jason Beckman, Jason Colodne,
Jason Felts, Tucker Tooley,
Tim Williams

Producer: Peter Farrelly, Ryan
Kavanaugh, John Pennotti,
Charles B. Wessler

Writer: Steve Baker, Wil Carlough,
Jacob Fleisher, Patrik
Forsberg, Mark Portenoy, Greg
Pritikin, Rocky Russo, Jeremy
Sosenko, Elizabeth Wright
Shapiro

Address Comments To:

Jesse A. Cohn
Elliott Management
Ryan Kavanaugh, CEO, Relativity Media (Rogue Pictures/Overture Films)
8899 Beverly Blvd., Suite 510
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Phone: (310) 859-1250; Fax: (310) 859-1254
Website: www.relativitymediallc.com

Content:

(PaPaPa, HoHoHo, LLL, VVV, SSS, NNN, AA, D, MMM) Very strong pagan, hedonistic, evil worldview with no redeeming qualities whatsoever, with very strong homosexual references during cross-dressing revelation, a reference to forced homosexual rape, father shows son how bullying works by tying him up and humiliating him into saying crude homosexual activity, boy has his father pretend to “come out” to him as a homosexual friend, although father is only talking and even admits that he feels stupid pretending, with no redeeming qualities at all; at least 165 obscenities and profanities, plus very strong scatological comedy involving passing gas, defecation, urination, and a man who has giant testicles growing out of his neck which dip into all sorts of food and drinks while on a date at a fancy restaurant; very strong, gross comical violence includes gluttonous man chases sexually perverted woman into traffic, gets hit by a car and explodes his feces all over the car’s windshield and all over the street, a fake ad for an iPod-style product which is a naked robotic female mannequin that has a hole with a fan in it that has been chopping off men’s fingers and private parts (the chopping is not shown, though one man has a missing hand), teenage girl kissing boy on couch suddenly bleeds from her first menstrual period and starts staining the couch and everything else her pants rub against, it’s implied a woman pours hot sauce down her genitals, plate accidentally hits man with testicles growing out of his neck, evil leprechauns threaten human men about attacking their private parts and leading to fights and someone losing their eye, and an animated cat runs over a human with a car and unleashes an explosive amount of urine all over a woman; extreme immoral, gross, and evil sexual content includes very strong homosexual content, very crude references to oral sex and male/female private parts, a gross defecation perversion, lots of crude talk about fornication, and Teenage boy has a makeshift doll as a pretend girlfriend with his mother’s face on it; extreme and explicit nudity includes a brief commercial for an MP3 player in the shape of a full-sized fully naked woman, a man has testicles growing out of his neck, a man has a penis tattoo, upper female nudity, and female cleavage; alcohol use, including implied underage use at a wild high school party; smoking; and, bullying, humiliation, hedonism, lust, crude tattoo, racial stereotypes, insults, and a couple jokes about the Holocaust.

Summary:

MOVIE 43 is a bizarre, depraved, unfunny attempt at comedy where the world’s worst, most deranged filmmaker pitches some very obscene story ideas with major Hollywood stars to a producer. Lacking all entertainment value, MOVIE 43 crosses practically every imaginable line of decency and bad taste. It’s one of the worst, most perverted movies ever made.

Review:

MOVIE 43 is a bizarre, satanic, unfunny attempt at comedy by means of crossing every imaginable line of decency and bad taste. It’s made even more unusual by the fact that it stars dozens of Hollywood’s top movie stars in 10 different interconnected short movies. MOVIE 43 has a very strong immoral, pagan worldview, with very strong homosexual content, and extremely graphic or explicit foul language, sex, nudity, violence, and gross scatological humor.

The movie’s short segments are tied together by an overarching plotline where a deranged filmmaker played by Dennis Quaid forces his way into a meeting with a producer played by Greg Kinnear. He proceeds to pitch the producer a series of screenplay ideas that involve countless forms of perverted sexual humor and behavior. They include graphic mockery of a teenage girl having her first menstrual period, a man on a date at a fancy restaurant who has a giant pair of testicles protruding from his neck into all his food and drinks, and a woman who asks her fiancé to defecate on her before she’ll agree to marry him.

Hopefully, anyone reading MOVIEGUIDE® for guidance will have no interest in hearing more about this wretched, poorly made movie. It’s inappropriate for every imaginable type of person, no matter their age, race, sex, or social status. One can only wonder how it ever got financed and why the stars chose to be part of it. MOVIEGUIDE® can only hope that the movie’s terrible box office performance will ensure that there will be no follow-up movies, or attempts by others to push the envelope of taste and morals this far.

MOVIE 43 is clearly one of the worst, most pointless movies ever made.

In Brief:

MOVIE 43 is a bizarre, unfunny attempt at comedy by crossing every imaginable line of decency and bad taste. It’s made even more unusual by the fact that it stars dozens of Hollywood’s top stars in 10 different interconnected short movies. The movie’s short segments are tied together by an overarching plotline where a deranged man played by Dennis Quaid forces his way into a meeting with a producer played by Greg Kinnear. He pitches the producer a series of screenplay ideas that involve countless forms of perverted sexual humor and behavior.

MOVIE 43 has a very strong immoral, pagan worldview, with very strong homosexual content and extremely graphic or explicit foul language, sex, nudity, violence, and gross scatological humor. MOVIE 43 is inappropriate, abhorrent viewing for every imaginable type of person, no matter their age, race, sex, or social status. One can only wonder how it ever got financed and why the stars chose to be part of it. MOVIEGUIDE® can only hope that the movie’s terrible box office performance will ensure that there will be no follow-up movies or copycat attempts.