What the heck did I just watch?
John Kolecki | Philadelphia, PA United States | 04/30/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Three seperate stories seemingly unconnected all come together in this delightfully awful rat crap of a movie. Decent names make up the cast... but this is a prime example of instead of getting a nice casserole, where the cast meshes well with each other, you get peanut butter on steak with brussel spouts rinse with listerine and chase down with orange juice.
Billy Zane is completely useless as the preacher's lieutenant. Lauren Holly... I have no idea... she's definitely trashy.. but the performance is still crap... she looked like she wanted to jump MeatLoaf's bones in the trailer... which was equally creepy. Angus has gotten waaaay FAT. He was a sad mix of Dr. Frasier Crane and Jeff Goldblum.(Jurassic/Independence Day performances) All the vocabulary and idiosyncracies of both and none of the positive attributes. What a crap character. The single redeeming performance of this movie was Lacey Chabert. Her character was a simple, one dimensional slut, and she played it really well. (Smokin' bod didn't hurt either) All the other performances were completely forgettable. The story is, at best, unfinished and more accurately hap-hazard and lame. 1 star, and that primarily goes Lacey's performance. I've been subjected to worse."
Good to the halfway mark
Comedy Album Fanatic | Western New York | 01/02/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"The first half of this movie is well-done: good acting, good direction, surprising dialogue and surprising changes of fortune. The movie fell apart for me midway through when two of the main characters get into an argument following an unconsummated adult encounter in a hotel room. Their argument is bitter, nearly endless, and makes you dislike the more spiteful of the two characters intensely.
The first half of the movie balances entertainment and realism well. The second half of the movie loses the balance and is a chore to watch, primarily as one of the main characters, a college instructor, becomes whining, depressive, and intolerable.
But there's one saving grace!
M. Brown | CLEVELAND, OH USA | 04/03/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I'll level with you...this is a lame movie with mediocre acting & totally uninteresting characters. It starts out strong & shows some promise but, just give it another 10 minutes....your thumb will find the eject button. HOWEVER, there is one saving grace....her name is Lacey Chabert! Trust me, guys (and girls who like other girls), you should really rent this flick just to see the delicious Lacey in rare form! This adorable morsel (who was age 23 at the time of filming in 2005), absolutely has one of THE Best figures I've ever seen!! Unfortunately, we don't get to see all of her (which is seriously weak for an unrated film!) but, our girl does juuuust fine. Skip to chapters 9 & 10, and see if you agree. ;)"
Lacey Chabert is Dirty Dirty Dirty in this Movie!
The Black Swan | In The Highlands | 03/27/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is off the planet! I watched it twice the first time I saw it. Lacey Chabert is sooo dirty in this movie. She snorts coke in a car and screams "I'm so wet! I'm so wet!" as she prepares to golden shower the seat. And that's before she starts getting really raunchy at the Big Cock Inn, complete with giant plaster rooster. Lacey Chabert was the best thing in Mean Girls and this is her best movie yet. This movie has lesbians, cults, lesbians, drugs, lesbians with guns, Meatloaf with drugs and a gas station where the clerks are Debbie Downer and Jay from Clerks. I'm not returning this to the video store until my own copy arrives in the mail. Whoever thought this up must be smoking the same crack that Lauren Holly smokes in this amazing movie.