Mel Gibson’s The Beaver will be given a “limited” release on March 23, 2011. That gives us all plenty of time to get our last living wills and testaments notarized (before we die of laughter/barfing).

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  1. Wait, wasn’t there already a cartoon about Mel Gibson being a beaver?

  2. “The Beaver will be given a “limited” release. Sounds like my marriage.” — Rodney Dangerfield

  3. Limited Beaver Release?

  4. How transmissible is The Beaver-related laughter and barfter? I plan on not seeing this, ever, and I want to plan how far I need to stay away from any theaters or people who’ve seen it. Or is there going to be some sort of containment facility for people who’ve seen it? That would make it easier for me.

  5. My calendar is marked!
    Go see The Beaver, give out deserved blowjobs, double check that I’m white.

  6. “What’s larghing?”

    “It’s that thing where you watch The Beaver at a limited release screening and laugh at its horribleness until you barf, but while still laughing.”

  7. When resuscitating Monsters please apply this gif liberally to the affected area.

  8. Obviously they chose that as the release date because on March 23, 1775, Patrick Henry delivered his speech “Give me Liberty, or give me Death!” at St. John’s Church in Richmond, Virginia.

    This is Mel’s way of saying that he’s been trapped in a prison free of richly deserved blowjobs, and seeing no way out, he must complete the career suicide that began with the Sugartits incident.

  9. I can’t wait for Gabe to be totally wrong about this movie and come back from the Videogum Movie club with glowing reviews of the whole movie – cast, direction, and the triumphant return of Mel Gibson. I can see it now…

    #notholdingmybreath

  10. At least they gave us plenty of warning, so we have time to prepare for our release parties.

  11. I’m honestly surprised I can’t find this in the gas station DVD section yet.

  12. This laughter/barfing doesn’t sound as fun as the laughter/barfing that I experienced during the deleted scenes of Best in Show — it was either the nut monologue or the beach ball storage scene.

  13. Lysdexia: Nowhere near theaters March 23.

    • What are your plans for March 23, 2011? I for one plan to be hiding in my bunker (my bathtub, with a blanket over my head), clutching my teddy bear and waiting for the end days.

      That, or watching a Golden Girls marathon. I do love that crazy Blanche.

  14. Has anyone made the “We Can See Your Beaver From Behind, Mel Gibson!” joke on this topic? I’ve kind of been away for awhile.

  15. It’s times like these I’m thankful that New York and L.A. act as the prophylactic against bad movies for the rest of us.

  16. I would go see this movie if it were called Jessica Alba’s Beaver.

  17. I hope in this case “limited release” actually means “straight to DVD.. in Asia”.

  18. “Not if I can help it.”

  19. Then it will be given wide release on 4/1 where it will be revealed as Jodie Foster’s April’s Fool Joke to the world.

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