The New York Post attempts to explain how so many stars got involved in this awful-looking comedy that none of them wanted to be in or promote. In theaters Friday!

Comments (8)
  1. “Can’t wait!” said no one ever.

  2. No studio would touch it. Nor would a certain segment of the A-list: Farrelly says that when he approached George Clooney about playing himself in a sketch (the gag: George Clooney is bad at picking up women), Clooney told him, “No f–king way.”

    Clooney just seems like the best guy, between this and the canoodling with Amy Poehler at the Globes.

    • Little does George Clooney know, but playing that part would be a great way to pick up women. No joke. Clooney has a lot to learn about picking up women.

  3. This article is amazing. It’s like the anti-Ocean’s 11.

    Also: We now know which Farrelly brother has zero talent.

  4. This article is a whole bunch of yikes.

  5. Farrelly heard his son talking with friends about a film called “Movie 43” — and when Farrelly discovered the film didn’t exist, he cribbed the name.


  6. This looks like Our Generation’s Kentucky Fried Movie.*

    (*By which I mean millenial preteens. I HAD the Kentucky Fried Movie when I was growing up, got to see some b00bs, eventually became the man I am today.**)

    (**By which I mean an underemployed perpetual grad student. Damn you, Zucker brothers.)

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