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National Lampoon's Lost Reality
National Lampoon's Lost Reality
Genres: Comedy, Television
UR     2004     1hr 7min

From the desks of the network executives comes a hilariously twisted and controversial look at today?s hottest television phenomenon?REALITY TELEVISION. The wardrobes malfunction on purpose as we present a series of TV pil...  more »


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Genres: Comedy, Television
Sub-Genres: Satire, National Lampoon, Comedy
Studio: Studio Works
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 11/30/2004
Release Year: 2004
Run Time: 1hr 7min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 1
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Funniest laugh out loud comedy I've seen in years
Johny Bottom | Jacksonville, NC | 01/03/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This DVD had me rolling from beginning to end. This was absolutly hilarious. These are spoofs of 'Reality TV Shows'. Highlights are as follows.....

1. He Said She Said. Guys compete for a lovely Asian girl's affections. Only problem is she has a penis.

2. The Amazing Racist. A dude goes through LA and Watts in a Ku Klux Klan robe. He goes into a convienence store with a wooden cross and tries to buy some lighters. Then he goes to a dry cleaning establishment, calls the guy 'Mr. Jefferson' and tries to get his robe and hood cleaned. Then, still in uniform, he tries to bum gas from people fueling up their cars. In another episode he plays a Jew that sets up a souvenier stand outside a mosque.

3. Don't get caught stealing. Two contestants are told to steal things. Watch a dude run out of the store wearing an Italian suit and steal a car from a car wash.

4. A dude has terminal cancer and wants to document the last days of his life. He tells off his boss then takes a dump on his desk.

5. The Whore. Guys go on blind dates with a prostitute, and when the sex begins your host goes in for an interview. The prostitue is the lovely girl on the DVD cover holding the coconuts.

6. Take that Drug. A great little gameshow

7. Money. Now here's the crown jewel. People on the street are asked to do stuff for money. One guy throws up on the sidewalk and then licks it for $1000. We got a little gay midget and people are paid to kiss him, lick his feet, and suck his toes. During the ending credits a guy is paid to eat in a Mexican restaurant with his date and do a poopy in his pants. And yes we get to see it.

If you've never laughed for one straight hour, then you need to pick this up."
If you have ever sued over a verbal assualt, then don't see!
C. Ream | Bluffton, Ohio | 01/19/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)


No, this is not your typical National Lampoon film. This is the TRUE reality show, not that edited, scripted crap you see on prime (and I use that word loosely) time.

What you have here are mostly pilots of candid camera and reality shows that never made it in the States, though a few made it in Europe. What you will see is VERY VERY messed up at times, but always halarious...

...that is, if you can take a joke, and understand that this is comedy, and not racism, hatred, or about belittling people.

On the other hand if you have taken every single thing in your short and confusing life seriously, then you will hate this, and I don't know why would would watch it past the intro, unless you like being offended to the core... never know, some people are kinky like that. ;)

Anyhow, if you like Tom Green, or Jack (...), then be prepared to goto the next level. National Lampoon did not make this, so don't be upset with them, they merely collected this information to remind us how funny, er um, mess up reality really is.

BTW I found Animal House to be one of there worst films ever, and I like about all of them."
I haven't laughed this hard in a while
Adam Michael Leinss | Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA | 09/05/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I actually picked up this and Lost Reality II based on a video posted on This video would be best described as "infantile humor". The video leaves you wondering if this is really happening or if it's all made up. Either way, I still had a good time watching it. I even brought one of the videos to work and everyone was laughing at it.

If you are a fan of CKY, Jackass or Punked, you will like this video."
Staged or unstaged???
Boggman! | Laguna Hills, CA | 05/25/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

""Lost reality" is laugh out loud hilarious. Its very well done. In fact, it's so well done you find yourself asking the whole time: "Is this real or not"??

After awhile you don't care and you just go with it......

A great crowd pleaser!! What better way to spend an hour of your time than drinking with your buddies and watching these incredibly hilarious skits??

All the "shows" are outrageous, and they are all very funny. I particularly enjoyed the prostitute show (especially the way she bashes the men after having sex with them) and the "what would you do for money" show; where people are asked to do various disgusting things for $$$

Comedy never tasted so good.....