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« on: June 04, 2013, 08:25:24 PM »

My god, what have I found?  No, this is not a YouTube parody or joke, but a real movie put out into theaters.  It bombed and became one of the worst movies ever created by several different people.  I got nothing on something like this.  It speaks for itself and can give Birdemic, The Room, and After Last Season in being damn cheap and poorly made (though this one is full fledge intentional and no hint of the director making it as a joke).

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Someone put the whole thing up on YouTube as well.  If you search for it, you'll find it.  Do you dare to watch?


We live in quite an interesting age. You can tell someone's sexual orientation and level of education from just their interests.
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« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2013, 03:43:58 PM »

I think Mr. Mraovch stretched himself too far. Actor/casting director/director/cinematographer/composer/editor/producer/writer. He's probably also the man who drove the honeywagon, but he should have kept his day job as a real estate agent in southern California. Still, he had a short career as an actor after this, appearing in two more videos, and as the budget for the entire film looks like it did not exceed $1.95, he probably even made some money on it.

Anyway, thanks for posting this InformationGeek, as to whether it's unintenional or not, it is one of funniest films I've ever seen. Certainly, alot funnier than most intentional comedies made now days. Thanks, again.
« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2013, 05:24:19 PM »

I made a post on this piece of garbage several months back. What an depressing train-wreck of a movie this is, truly one of the if not the worst movie I've ever seen. Just to clarify though, it was not released in theaters, though it somehow happened to receive a home video release. That's not enough to convince me though that this thing is a real "movie", it was more like an extended home video.

What makes this more hilarious is the big ego director (Sam Mraovich) is convinced his work is actually good. It seems obvious considering the fact that he did almost everything in the film and also uploaded a YouTube tutorial on how to "write" a screenplay (now removed). In seriousness, he should think about a career change.
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« Reply #3 on: November 21, 2013, 06:38:21 PM »

fascinating as it's the only gay movie in the IMDB bottom 100. Would make a wild double bill with Pamela's Prayer

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