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Desc:Gordy sells his cartoon for a million dollars.
Category:Classic Movies, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:Tom Green, animation, wtf, freddy got fingered, horrible movie infinity
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Slumgullion - 2019-06-07
He's a CHIIIiiild molester! *throws Freud out the window*
gravelstudios - 2019-06-08
There is the theory that the whole movie is just Tom Green playing a huge prank on the movie industry. That he made the worst film he could make on purpose to highlight the absurdity that anybody would trust him to make a film in the first place. If that's true, it's pretty meta.
Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2019-06-08
Nah. It's too far outside of Green's wheelhouse, which is gonzo performance art. Green probably knew that he was no actor, but I don't buy the idea that its badness was intentional.

I also have to say that I love the zebra who looks like his dad in the movie.

garcet71283 - 2019-06-08
Considering the plot of the film is that Tom Greens character is selling a shitty concept that he then squanders the money on I’m going with the meta.

Also, the name of the movie is literally referencing the sexual abuse of a child, so yeah, meta.

boner - 2019-06-08
Write what you know.

Nominal - 2019-06-08
You mean a movie where the plot is defrauding a movie studio with a terrible idea is actually about defrauding a movie studio with a terrible idea?

casualcollapse - 2019-06-09
I'm going to go with yeah definitely working the meta.

Old_Zircon - 2019-06-09
I remember it seeming very obviously meta at the time but I haven't seen it since it first hit rental stores and don't really remember much about it other than some isolated bits and pieces and the general "this movie only exists as a deliberate insult to the studio that backed it and most of the audience" tone.

This clip inspired me to spend the $0.90 to get a DVD of it, because it's surprisingly hard to find online.

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