Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Midgets vs Mascots |
Actors: Gary Coleman, Jordan Prentice, Jason Mewes, Mark Hapka, Paul Rae
Director: Ron Carlson
In this Borat meets Jackass shockumentary, five little people and five mascots battle for one million dollars through 30 ridiculous competitions, including how many insults it takes to get punched in a bar, who can drink a... more »
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C. Lee | 12/28/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I bought this movie over at their website before christmas and it's really really funny. they call it a Borat meets Jackass type movie and I'd say that's pretty spot on. There are ridiculously shocking stunts and some absolutely shocking moments that had me seriously laughing out loud.
I wasn't sure if Gary Coleman was acting or not, but he seems like the angriest little person there is (pun intended). Acting or not, Gary has some great scenes kicking the crap out of one of the main characters that's a complete a-hole.
My favorite character was Taco. The "i'm going to touch them anyway" line rocks. He's a sicko that has some of the best one liners you'll get out of a movie.
In case you were asking for my opinion, don't wait for this pre-order and just go to the [...] website and get it now. Plus they send these little "midget condoms" as a gag gift."
It's a future classic.
J.S.D | Texas | 12/28/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I absolutely recommend this to anyone with a sense of humor. Its a great movie to watch with your friends and you will definitely be quoting it."
Teaches Valuable Lessons About Labels
Ben Sumner | Beltsville, Md. United States | 04/08/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Despite its crude, disgusting and vulgar content, Midgets vs. Mascots has the soft underbelly of teaching people not to put labels on one another. For instance, it is WRONG to use the term 'Midget' - they're LITTLE PEOPLE.
Aside from that, this is a film like no other, and a comedy like no other. I had the luxury of meeting the cast and crew at the Tribecca Film Festival in April, 2009 (though it wasn't very pleasant to meet Gary Coleman, who put his head down on a table and didn't speak to anyone). These people had the time of their lives making this movie, which I'm sure was just as fun to make as it was to watch.
This movie isn't for everyone, like those who don't appreciate toilet humor, but for those who do this is bound to be one of the funniest films they have ever seen."
bgeo | Dallas, TX USA | 02/01/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The title of the movie gives you the premise but it doesn't give you a good look into all the funny stuff this movie entails. Some of the scenes in this movie are completely ridiculous and make the movie an absolute riot to watch with friends or if you just need a good laugh.
I saw a premiere showing in Dallas a few weeks ago and the entire theater was consumed in laughter. Except for this elderly couple that was sitting in front of me, but you could tell they had decided to just go see a "picture show" and randomly picked one when they got there. They were not amused, but everybody else was dying. (no pun intended)
Gary Coleman kicking the crap out of people is awesome because it is a polar opposite from his role as Arnold Jackson on Different Strokes. He is always trying to kick the crap out of someone in this movie and it is awesome.
If you haven't seen it and you have a sense of humor, I completely recommend you check it out. You can even go to their website and order it directly and they will send you some midget condoms. I don't know what a midget condom entails, but could make a great gag gift at the next office party.
I fully already recommend this movie because it is laugh out loud funny."