Review by Pete Mason
Offensive humor is an art perfected by Bob Odenkirk and Peter Farrelley throughout their comedy histories. For their latest film, “Movie 43,” they’re joined by nearly a dozen additional co-directors, continuing in the tradition of the 1970s classic “Kentucky Fried Movie” and their Zucker-Zucker-Abrams forefathers.
Dennis Quaid pitches a script for an incredibly loose and offensive movie that has no core plot. This is the actual plot of “Movie 43”: there’s a bunch of 3-15 minute shorts coming up. And thus begins the laughing… if you’re into that sort of thing.