Ultra Poor Taste
Release Date: February 01, 2008
Starring: Steve Zahn, Allen Covert,
Jonah Hill, Kevin Hefferman,
Ashley Scott, Joe Don Baker,
Justin Long, and Ernest
Audience: Older teenagers and young
Runtime: 87 minutes
Distributor: Paramount Pictures/Viacom
Director: Fred Wolf
Executive Producer: Glenn S. Gainor, Jack
Giarraputo, Edward Milstein,
Erin Newell, Adam Sandler,
Paul Schwake, and Bill Todman,
Producer: Allen Covert and Peter Gaulke
Writer: Peter Gaulke and Fred Wolf
Address Comments To:Sumner Redstone, Chairman/CEO
Brad Grey, Chairman/CEO
5555 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038-3197
Phone: (323) 956-5000
The fact that anyone would finance this movie, produce it, distribute it or book it into a theater makes you wonder about the sanity of all involved. Particularly puzzling is the appearance of Ernest Borgnine in a bit part. Did he agree to his role without reading the entire script? Is anyone that desperate for a paycheck? Equally shocking is that this movie is not released by some fly-by-night distributor.
The “story” is about the vulgar idiotic son of a popular wilderness show host who tries to keep the show going with the help of an equally vulgar, drug-addicted crew. Their last hope to keep the show alive is to film a Bigfoot sighting. The “story” is nothing more than excuse to use more foul language and engage in vulgar activity such as a turkey attacking a man’s private parts while he relieves himself outdoors.
This movie will be a frontrunner for the 2008 most unbearable awards. The acting and production quality are horrible. Whoever made this movie must think very poorly of the human race to believe a sizable number of people would want to pay $9 to $11 to see what they’ve created.
This movie will be a frontrunner for our Rotten Banana Awards for the most offensive movies of the year. The acting and production quality are horrible. Whoever made this movie must think very poorly of the human race to believe a sizable number of people would want to pay money to see what they’ve created. Equally shocking is that this movie is released by a major studio. Particularly puzzling is the appearance of Ernest Borgnine in a bit part. Did he agree to his role without reading the entire script?