Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Scott Dittman, Alby Castro, James Cahill, Nicole Andrews, Amelia Jackson-Gray
Director: James Cahill
Wilbur Krump has just about every card stacked against him; with an empty bank account, a dead end job, a few extra pounds, and a cop who has it out for him. If that s not enough he still lives with his mother! So who in t... more »
Scott Dittman Gives a Great Performance
Arthur Fox | 02/12/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you thought Scott Dittman was brilliant in Skid Marks the Movie you have to see this one. Dittman gives a phenomenal performance in this surprising little film. I loved the opening sequence and the way he handled every situation that popped up, I was very entertained by Scott Dittman. I'm still smiling as I type this, wow!
Now I'm searching for more Scott Dittman movies."
Daniel G. Lebryk | 11/06/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"What's to like about this movie? The film opens with a very overweight man at a wedding reception talking to a video camera about some mysterious woman that he is supposed to marry. The credits roll and we are treated to this same man in his underwear, shirt off in the bathroom lipsyncing into a hair dryer and dancing. It is, without question, one of the most gortesque scenes in film history. Even worse, the music we hear doesn't match what he is signing. A subtitle tells us the producers couldn't afford the price of that expensive song he was singing.
From here the film just gets worse. Obese guy's mother walks around in a bath robe and yells horrible things. Obese guy has three coworkers that are supposedly ladies men. They are all equally pathetic. Obese guy makes a stupid mistake giving his 'girlfriend' of three years a ring (he earlier dropped it in the toilet during the opening montage). She isn't interested and moves off to pick up a client at the bar. Things just spin wildly out of control in this really bad movie.
Avoid this one. Everything about it is revolting. The film is not rated. There is no nudity (save Obese guy in his underwear), not much foul language, and no violence. From about every angle, this film is not worth watching."