It's mad-capped antics vs. a mad-man's plan in this outrageous, slap-stick comedy from funnyman Yahoo Serious (Young Einstein). With laugh-a-minute gags, this over-the-top joke-fest follows the complete screw-up as he take... more »s on his boss to save the worldand get the girl! Roger Crumpkin (Serious) is a happy-go-lucky guy who's employed at a massive egg factory as a Mr. Fix-Itwhose known better as Mr. Break-It. Things are completely sunnyside-up until his new boss, an evil do er who wants to dominate the world with nicotine-spiked eggs, takes over and scrambles everythingand everyone! And when Roger falls for Sunday Valentine (Helen Dallimore, 'three Stooges ), his boss sexy and ditzy moll, it sends this egg-pushing CEO on a cracked-up rampage to ensure that Mr. Accident's life ends up just that an accident!« less
Nadine M. from PLEASANTVILLE, NJ Reviewed on 3/3/2010...
Very funny, a bumbling hero, a ditsy blonde, It is just funny!
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(5 out of 5 stars)
"Please note that on all of the films of Yahoo Serious, the reviewers' evaluations seesaw to the extremes. That is because you either hate or love this kind of humor -- there is no middle road. Inspired insanity just isn't for everyone. I and the rest of my family LOVE these movies. And Mr Accident was the best! The scene with the avalanche had us falling off the chairs laughing. And the insouciant flipping open of egg cartons to offer one (you have to watch the movie to see why this is done -- I won't tell) is just too funny. SEE THIS FILM!"
Not really sure yet
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I have learned that with Yahoo Serious you need to be patient. Sometimes it takes a while to get the humor behind what he is doing as was the case with his last film Reckless Kelly. The first time I watched it I don't think I laughed more than once but over the next few years I watched it again and again (because I really liked his first movie Young Einstien) and it grew on me more and more. Now it is one of my favorite movies. Well with this one (Mr. Accident) I can't really say if I like it yet but the first and only time I watched it I only laughed a few times. Perhaps I should have waited to write this review. Maybe I can update it in two years...?"
Don't take it seriously and you'll have more fun.
Stephen T. Durrant | Smithfield, UT United States | 11/11/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"You have to know when you're going into a Yahoo Serious comedy that you're going to get some really goofy stuff. Even the more subtle social satire that he loves to weave into his movies can go unoticed by some people, or get lost in the silly antics of the physical comedy. But, I still find his stuff entertaining and his somewhat "stupid" plots that stretch the imagination are actually refreshing over much of the predictable Hollywood stuff these days. Who would have thought of an evil CEO putting tobacco in chicken feed in order to get people addicted to eggs?!? Well, Yahoo did, and it's fun to see how he plays it out in his own quirky way. Love it, hate it, just don't take it too seriously and you might have a lot of fun..."
Subtle Inventiveness Reigns Supreme!
Darin F. Karnes | Nashville, TN | 08/15/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Anyone should be able to comprehend and love this brilliant film. My nine year old daughter even thought so.
Australian Master of Slapstick Disaster delivers a golden egg. Inventive and surrealistic sets, superb lighting, slick dialogue, (of course the usual poke at how ridiculously serious we are as a society) and overall ingenius execution make this one of my top two movies of all time.
It's a shame this artist doesn't get the kudos he deserves...ah, well, you have to enjoy life and have the ability to laugh at yourself to appreciate this film. It's too bad most of us can't...."