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Plot: A series of interconnected short films follows a washed-up producer as he pitches hilarious and insane story lines featuring some of the biggest stars in hollywood. Runtime: 94 mins Release Date: 24 Jan 2013
What is wrong with people?!?! This movie was HILARIOUS! A certain branch of humour admittedly, but hilarious nonetheless! Lighten up and laugh at yourselves! You either love this movie or hate it, judging by the votes and comments, but I loved it, and many others will too - so give it a chance and watch, don't just read the bad reviews. I probably wouldn't have bothered to watch either if I'd read the reviews on here first, but I'm so glad I did! The movie content blurs the boundaries between the surreal and reality and takes the P out of society and ourselves. 'You <more>
couldn't make that up' scenes that really happen - unbelievably! The hair-gel scene in There's Something About Mary and the toilet scene in Dumb and Dumber - these are the kinds of sequences that make up movie 43. Yes, they're disgusting, but they do happen, and you have to laugh about the ridiculousness of it all!
OK, I must be just the type of 40+ year old infant male that this movie was made for. I laughed my @$$ off. I'm convinced most of the reviewers here wouldn't know a good joke if it bit them, but to each his/her own when it comes to comedy. I don't really think its a 10, but I'm giving it that just to stick it to you humorless snobs. Perhaps you won't find this movie suitable to your "evolved" pallets, but for those of us that still laugh at farts, and make dick jokes and think seeing someone getting punched in the balls is funny, then you should be amused by this <more>
one. I can just picture you people writing your reviews while sipping tea and glaring through your monocles like some stereotype.
Filthy, trashy, vulgar, stupid... I loved it... and was crying myself to tears till it hurt!... (by sinnerofcinema)
all throughout the movie.... as most don't see the puns because they are too worried being shocked and awed by its grotesquely politically incorrect visuals and low brow gags. The jokes, as intended, has its dark filthy, vulgar humor that would facilitate weak stomachs to throw up with anxiety quiet quickly if you did not already choose to dismiss the film. I loved it plain and simple. And no, I don't know the filmmakers nor was I paid to say this.. I may as just well have a filthy mind just like them... kudos to the filmmaker for taking cinema where most won't. a real breath of <more>
fresh air unless you are smelling something rotting in the trash, yet trashy as it may be, for those who choose to go against the current, as this film does, leave you brain at the door and just take it all in... If you are looking for an art film, or a "Licoln" or a light sweet romantic comedy or any spiritually stimulating film like that to engage in some sort of intellectual conversation over coffee after seeing this, the reviews here should give you a clue. You may want to dismiss this film altogether... it was obviously not made for you. Otherwise, if you are into gutter humor... you will cry till you gut hurts or until your anxiety of feeling guilty for laughing at such vulgar silliness sets in.
Very smart modern comedy that may not look that way to unprepared audience (by kuvald-346-528779)
Movie 43 is really not your typical comedy. It starts very aggressively immediately giving a shock to audience with some of the most insane scenes involving top Hollywood actors ever shown in cinemas Hugh Jackman scene is the one I am talking about . All jokes here are Very aggressive and some sweet girls or boys would definitely find themselves unprepared and may even leave the cinema. Movie 43 contains short unconnected stories what we could derive from trailer , which use different typical social settings. Each story is filled with jokes that may appear to be "out of <more>
boundaries" or "too stupid/harsh" or something to someone who is willing to only look at them this way. However while you are laughing your a#$ off or thinking "omg did they really say that" depending on how you choose to perceive this movie it is important not to forget to be thinking about each story, and actual idea or message behind it. Two things that are common about stories is that they cover some challenging but well known to anyone social topic and that they use a lot of dangerous jokes and 18+ words/scenes. I believe most important topic of movie 43 skit is approach to tolerance and some "real" principles of "good" and "bad", definitions which become more and more blurry as we move in 21 century. With the right words mass media can help its audience to view any problem from desired angle, essentially making black white and vice versa. Here we can see that there definitely has to be a limit to acceptable, allowed or reasonable behavior and some things actually are not acceptable, should not be allowed or tolerated. When you try to challenge someones view on those topics usual words may not be enough due to depth of someones beliefs, but artistic instruments from Movie 43 arsenal can actually deliver those messages in a very clear and straightforward manner.All in all Movie 43 will definitely split audience. Some will say that they have never seen more stupid, "shit humor" comedy, while others will really enjoy the form and elegance and actual wit and depth of the movie.It probably wouldn't work at all if those star actors weren't there, people would simply not watch it past couple of scenes.I suggest people who go to watch Movie 43 to open their mind a little bit, prepare to be challenged at some of their core values and have some really good time. If you aren't ready to look for forest behind the trees you probably wouldn't enjoy it.Its definitely an outstanding movie and there aren't many like it around so I really think it is a must see.
Where "Idiocracy" failed "Movie 43" succeeds (by carloenrico-salvadori)
I think most reviews, both positive or negative, do not quite get what's at stake here. They both focus on the gross and screwball comedy, which, of course, is one of the main features of this movie and do not quite appreciate the "second level", the bitter satire on what western society is becoming. Thus, I am going to examine every single episode one by one: 1 A modern version of Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The emperor's new clothes": Nobody seems to notice the monstrosity of Hugh Jackman's character because he's rich and handsome. 2 A <more>
satire on the stupidity of the average American parent in educating kids. 3 A potshot thrown at western rituals of courtship. 4 Harold Pinter theatre of the absurd in a porn version. It could be the beginning of a new genre. 5 A satire on tech corporations and a respectful parody of Cronenemberg movies such as "Existenz". 6 I despise nerds ,most kind of comics and films related to comics, so it was a terrific experience for me to watch this one. 7 A potshot at the stupidity of the average western male of all ages. 8 The only zany episode, although I really enjoyed the Irish dwarfs and Stiffler. 9 Another satire on courtship, this time focused on on-line dating. 10 A parody on all epic sport movies related to political or racial issues, like "Invictus"e.g.,which mainly have two problems: 10.1 The unbearable amount of empty rhetoric throughout the whole movie. 10.2 The actors are not pro, so the agonistic level is utterly ridiculous. 11 A potshot at branded products of stupid cartoons for children they could not use "Hello Kitty" for copyright issues but that was the target . To sum up, like I said in the summary this movie succeeds in conveying the message, while "Idiocracy" failed.
If you enjoy shows like Tim and Eric and Human Giant and other ridiculous sketch comedies chances are you'll like this. Leave your brain at the door cause this is stupid as hell and honestly has some serious WTF moments. It's the celebrities that carry this movies. If this had no names it would have been absolutely terrible. Critics will hate this no doubt but if your looking for an hour and half of laughs then this may be for you. It is disgusting in the best ways making you think did they really just get away that! The plot in this movie is not what they advertised it as being a few <more>
kids looking for a band video. I wont spoil it but the story around the shorts is ridiculous in it's own way to. Every short has it's moments and it will be fun to talk about who liked which best with your friends after. Honestly this movie is best viewed after a night at the bar but if your expecting any sort of depth, plot or structure look elsewhere. This is vile, insane and a good time if your immature and still find bathroom humor funny.
You all are full of it.Look, Movie 43 is not a masterpiece of American cinema. But it doesn't even try to be that. Quit fooling yourselves into thinking you're better than the film. It is nothing more than what it is: tasteless, raunchy, gut-wrenching laughable humor. Yes, in fact I did say gut-wrenching laughter. I laughed my ass off through most of the movie. Why? Because it was funny.Yes, it was funny. Don't you all remember the days of Monty Python and Airplane! and There's Something About Mary and Scary Movie? Whatever happened to the light-hearted movies of decades ago, <more>
where it was more important to make light of life and just about everything in it rather than pander to some sort of artistic elite? Screw them! I still love Benny Hill! Hollywood has been full of itself for far, far too long. We are tired of every movie under the sun that we see having to be so serious and making some kind of a "social statement" or having some sort of modern-style realism. Enough. We want to laugh. We want to have fun. We want to find ourselves engrossed in the basest of the human experience because, well, that's something we all share in common with one another. The animal experience of human nature is just as important as our intellectual and psychological experience. Don't ever forget that.Every movie doesn't need to be over-analyzed with 50 paragraphs of explanation on how much you hate it. Has America become so sexually repressed that even the mere mention of sex, or seeing a nude body on the big screen, makes everyone automatically challenge the context of the sexuality? Some things are just as they seem -- indulgences which make us proud to be adults and experience adult humor. If you want to laugh at pompous violence and style, go see Tarantino's latest flick. If you want to laugh at something unfunny, try any of the latest Renée Zellweger or Meryl Streep borefest. Perhaps you all give Sasha Cohen a pass because at least his raunchy stories are "coherent"? Who cares? A movie is not bad simply because it does not conform to the Hollywood norm, nor is it bad simply because you don't think it was deep enough. I thought almost everybody in the picture many talented actors and actresses did a fine job making us laugh. I was on the floor for half of the movie, and my wife enjoyed it just as much as I did. Have you all forgotten how to just let go and enjoy the moment? Wake up, guys. There are plenty of genuinely bad movies out there. This is not one of them.
I don't really take life too seriously, so.... (by sdonancricchia)
I don't know, maybe I just have a strange sense of humor, but I thought this movie was funny. I always find it funny when serious actors do slapstick roles. I watched it several times and I still find it funny. I say if you like movies like Airplane or Blazing Saddles, just a hell of a lot nastier and rude, then this is the movie for you.
A Nutshell Review: Movie 43 (by DICK STEEL)
If you're up for some short stories in the comedy genre, then this film is for you, if you don't mind jokes that are offensive and appealing to the lowest common denominator, with a star studded lineup to sweeten the deal. Touted as a film with the most stars, it's quite like the many ensemble effort that Hollywood has been churning out of late like Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve, although this consists of no less than 13 separate shorts that for sure had tickled my funny bone.It would be insane to review each and every short film contained within, which were held <more>
together and presented as a screwball screenwriter wannabe Dennis Quaid whose ideas for a feature film are getting pitched to a studio executive Greg Kinnear , which allows for a variety of content to be laid out for the purpose of cramming plenty of recognizable faces into lead roles in the respective shorts. Having different directors helm each segment also brought about different styles in presentation, and it couldn't be more over the top crazy when a peek in the credits list see Peter Farelly and Seth MacFarlane having producer credits, the latter seeing his stock rise in recent months.Some highlights of the film that I had enjoyed somehow centered around speed or blind dating - Kate Winslet and Hugh Jackman on a blind date with the latter playing an eligible bachelor which the former will find out why, speed dating amongst a group of superheroes played by Justin Long, Kristen Bell, Jason Sudeikis and Bobby Cannavale, and Halle Berry and Stephen Merchant playing truth or dare during their first blind date with insane results. Others include the segments that poked pun at people's penchant for doing the impossible with technology in iBabe with Richard Gere playing an executive, and Terrence Howard playing a coach in the 50s giving that motivational talk to his basketball team before their all- star match up. There were duds too, such as Emma Stone and Kieren Culkin playing an unlikely couple giving each other sexual innuedos over a supermarket check out counter, or Johnny Knoxville and Seann Wiliam Scott playing the best of friends who get to celebrate the latter's birthday with a leprechaun, that somehow tried too hard and didn't hit its intended highs. Thankfully though these misses were kept to a minimum, and while the others were passable, they benefited from having a scene or two that were outrageously offensive and funny.This is probably Paris Je T'aime and New York I Love You in cruder, and grosser terms. where toilet humour is never out of place, and political incorrectness gets embraced with open arms. A definite must for those who haven't smiled in a while, and need the simplest of reasons to laugh out loud.