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Title: Cannibal! The Musical
Post by: missgeburt on May 04, 2002, 09:19:03 AM
this certainly is a shpadoinkle movie in my book.


Title: Cannibal! The Musical
Post by: peter johnson on November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM
I'm still p**sed that I didn't get cast as Israel Swan in this -- I was originally cast for the part by Jason McHugh (Avenging Conscience Productions), but after several script meetings I was dis-invited by Parker.  I just couldn't keep my mouth shut about how to improve the script.  'Taught me a lesson:  Even when asked to give criticism of a script by the writer, don't -- especially if you'd still like to be part of the project.


Title: Cannibal! The Musical
Post by: Paul Westbrook on February 23, 2001, 11:16:50 AM
TROMA RULES! TROMA RULES! TROMA RULES! What a kick *ss movie.


Title: Cannibal! The Musical
Post by: Kathryn on March 12, 2001, 07:53:34 AM
There was an Alfred Packer memorial dining facility in I think Austrailia... them they remembered just what he was so well known for and changed the name.  How dreary.


Title: Cannibal! The Musical
Post by: Clint on June 19, 2001, 08:55:20 AM
This has got to be one of the best (worst) movies of all time...  It ranks right up there with Dead Alive (unrated version), The Granny, and the Evil Dead series.  All are killer movies.  


Title: Cannibal! The Musical
Post by: Max Levin on November 25, 2006, 04:09:03 PM
Does Cartman really sing in this movie? :)
Hehe, this movie was damn funny, but I would have give it a 4 instead of a 5.


Title: Cannibal! The Musical
Post by: Rachel on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
awesome flick! when i watched it with some friends, one of them said "does this have anything to do with south park? because didn't they replace kenny's heart with a baked potato?" boy did we laugh at him...gotta say this is one of Parker & Stone's finest works!


Title: Cannibal! The Musical
Post by: Max Levin on December 28, 2001, 09:45:38 PM
And oh... how could you forget RANDOM ACT OF VIOLENCE AGAINST A SNOWMAN?


Title: Cannibal! The Musical
Post by: danjel on July 07, 2002, 02:32:00 PM
A damn good (bad) movie if i do say so my damn self. A true classic, and a must see.


Title: Cannibal! The Musical
Post by: ShpadoinkleMan on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
Just an added thought onto the whole movie.  The movie was based on Alfred Packer as is clearly indicated, but there are large undertones of Parker's real life relationship with a girl named Liane; ironically the name of Packer's horse.  By watching the commentary, one learns quickly that Trey deliberately wrote segments of the movie to his ex, i.e. the song "When i was on top of you".  From what i remember, she left him for someone "more successful", to which Trey can now laugh, being worth millions of dollars while she is married to an insurance salesman (or something thereof).  Anyway, the best part has to be that, in the final number, he hired his ex to choreograph the song "Hang 'em High" (she's a dance choreographer), and well.... look how it turned out... Congrats Trey! The world needs more musicals like this one...


Title: Cannibal! The Musical
Post by: mgray on November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM
this was my favorite movie. i laughed my ass off. now me and my friends cant go to a lake w/o asking how deep it is, then measure it "packer" style, or meet someone and greet them howdy, howdy, howdy, howdy do, howdy..., and if we are ever starving to death, i WILL build a snowman, gaurenteed. me and my friends are just perfect for the movie, so we asked the play teacher if we could write a play on it... then we told her how it goes... she said no b4 we even got to the courtroom.i am swan, whole heartedly, my onwe friend is a dumbass-moronic idiot, perfect for humphrey, and my other friend is perfect for miller, he would chop that snowman, and he doesnt sing... though ill agree that you have to be in teens or so to really enjoy this movie, because it is dumbass funny, not joke-ha ha funny. umm... thats all i guess.


Title: Cannibal! The Musical
Post by: Paige on May 14, 2003, 06:22:23 AM
I thought the woman was a reporter. I love that movie.


Title: Cannibal! The Musical
Post by: Some_Guy_ on November 25, 2006, 04:09:03 PM
Polly Pry IS a reporter, not a lawyer.

This movie rocks.  Right up there within my top 5 for sure.