FILM: “Movie 43”

February 5th, 2013, 2:00 pm by Greg

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.

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