Not sure if it makes me a bad person but I really thought this was pretty funny at bits. Its not your average comedy but fair play for being ballsy and having a shot at something a bit different. I can understand this will not appeal to everyone.
I like Tim & Eric. I like Tom Goes To The Mayor. I like Tim & Eric Awesome Show (Great Job!). I follow them both on Twitter. I'm a fan.
And I hated this. HAAAAAAAATED it.
I'll be honest, for perhaps the first half-an-hour, I thought this had a chance. The laughs weren't huge, but they were there, and when the pair engage in a frantic swimming pool rescue/wrestling match with Zach Galifianakis, the movie undoubtedly peaks.
And then, slowly-but-surely,…
This film is the definition of "You either love it or you hate it". Personally? I found it absolutely uproarious. I couldn't contain my laughter for several minutes after a few scenes, in particular, a very subtle "what the fuck" from Eric. I'm not sure what was so absolutely hilarious about it, possibly just Eric's pronunciation, but my ribs were in so much pain throughout the film.
The only downside I can really think of this film was that it…
What the buggering fuckity fuck fuckballs have I just watched?
I've heard of Tim and Eric but never watched their show. I'm none the wiser as to what just happened.
If I ever watch this again I'm going to get me some Mushrooms as that's the only way I'm going to be on the same level as these guys. Fucking maniacs.
Sometimes you see a film that you know is utter bollocks but it's seemingly laser-targeted to appeal to your sense of humour.
This is one of those movies that goes against your film analysis existence but is good anyway.
Despite feeling like I probably should like this movie, I ended up not actually making it all the way through - which is *not* something I do. So, I guess I didn't like it. Or, perhaps I'm just getting old...
Neither a typical absurdist gross out film nor a total satire on American culture, B$M manages to blend the two, producing an effective postmodern romp over small town business culture and Hollywood stardom. Many of the gags are very clever, and while there are relatively few belly laugh moments, the sheer absurdity of the whole setup and the unlikely chain of events that T&E set into motion are enough to make you chuckle after you take the DVD out. Just watch out for the diarrhoea bath.
I've seen every episode of Tom Goes to the Mayor.
I've seen every episode of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!.
I've looked up Heidecker's stand up, and Wareheims music videos.
I enjoyed 'The Comedy.'
I subscribed to 'JASH' on youtube.
You could say that I'm a pretty big fan of Tim and Eric.
*deep breath* The film never made me cringe (in the bad way), but there were way more failed or rehashed jokes than funny ones. Having…
I had thought, when I watched Not Another Not Another Movie, that I had seen the worst movie I would see all year. I was mistaken in that impression. Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie isn’t just the worst movie I’ve seen that was made in 2012, it’s the worst movie I saw during 2012 as well — and as I watched it in December, it didn’t have a shortage of competition. It’s worse than the other new movies I…