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Don't give in to the urge to see just how awful it is; let's all just collectively forget that Movie 43 ever happened.
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will bring two recent comedies to Blu-ray: the group project Movie 43 (2013) and Jon Lucas and Scott Moore's 21 & Over (2013), starring Miles Teller, Justin Chon, and Sarah Wright. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will release on Blu-ray Movie 43 (2013).
Wessler and Peter Farrelly, who've been working together since Dumb and Dumber, and who conceived of this project as "a Kentucky Fried Movie for the modern age." Presumably calling in every favor stored up between them, the two somehow attracted a cast that includes industry titans Richard Gere, Naomi Watts, Hugh Jackman, Kate Winslet, and Terrence Howardamong many others and recruited directors like Brett Ratner (X-Men: The Last Stand), James Gunn (Slither), and Steve Carr (Paul Blart: Mall Cop) to oversee the individual segments.
The end result is a tasteless and loud procession of R-rated middle school humor that's inexplicably targeted at adults.
Two questions naturally emerge from any viewing of Movie 43: How, and why, God, why?
The blame should fall on the producer/director team of Charles B.
The film itself it like a particularly disappointing speed-dating session; you keep hoping the next skit will be better than the last, but at the end of the night, you realize you've wasted an hour and a half of your life.
And she's only one out of more than two dozen A and B-listers who humiliate themselves here in a series of career-low sketch "comedy" vignettes that try desperately to shock, offend, and disgust, but really only manage to bore.Movie 53 isn't just bad, it's aggressively bad, and the most offensive thing about it is that it treats you, the viewer, like an idiot.