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Movie 43 Critics Consensus. A star-studded turkey, Movie 43 is loaded with gleefully offensive and often scatological gags, but it's largely bereft of laughs.
MOVIE 43 is the kind of film that makes you wonder which sequences are the most irresponsible and depraved and what these talented people were thinking to get involved with such a project.
- Jeffrey M. Anderson
Jan 23, 2013 · In "Movie 43," she initiates a game of "Truth or Dare" on a blind date — and that leads to Berry making guacamole by mashing avocados with her bare breasts, and inserting a turkey baster filled with extra-hot sauce into herself. And then things get REALLY ugly. My God, do they get ugly.
Jan 27, 2013 · I went into Movie 43 thinking it would be pretty bad based on the trailers, but despite this I was hoping it could at least deliver some decent laughs. After all, I thought the first Scary Movie...
- Gregg Katzman
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Jan 25, 2013 · Halle Berry in 'Movie 43' In terms of writing, the film offers a mix of mostly newcomers and a few established talents - who all seem most concerned with seeing just how much gunk they can scrape out of the bottom of the proverbial barrel.
Jan 29, 2013 · Movie 43 – review 2 / 5 stars 2 out of 5 stars. A cameo parade of stars, some of whom have no obvious gift for comedy, try their hardest, but the laughs just aren't there
Jan 25, 2013 · Movie 43: Film Review. 10:50 AM PST 1/25/2013 by Frank Scheck ... of short films featuring major stars clearly was inspired by such ’70s-era raunch fests as The Kentucky Fried Movie and The ...
Jan 25, 2013 · In short, Movie 43 is a disjointed mess, full of lousy jokes, terrible writing, and actors that no doubt deserve to be in something else. Now, I'm going to rally up Best Actor/Actresses winners to be in my new screenplay, "Boners of Fire".
Movie 43 is such a film, and one train wreck which is rightfully receiving a major panning. Its loose premise is that a washed up movie producer (played by Dennis Quaid) is so desperate to get his movie made, that he takes a studio executive (Greg Kinnear) hostage and forces him to listen to his crazed and deranged movie ideas. The catch?
Jan 25, 2013 · Farrelly and his brother are two of my low-comedy heroes, but Movie 43 is amateur hour. The god-awfulness could have worked on a meta-level — after all, these are supposed to be the god-awful...