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Epic Movie (25-Jan-2007)

Directors: Jason Friedberg; Aaron Seltzer

Writers: Jason Friedberg; Aaron Seltzer

Keywords: Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Roscoe Lee Browne
Actor
2-May-1925 11-Apr-2007 Character actor, 1960s to 2000s
David Carradine
Actor
8-Dec-1936 3-Jun-2009 Grasshopper
Lauren Conrad
TV Personality
1-Feb-1986   Laguna Beach
Jennifer Coolidge
Actor
28-Aug-1961   Legally Blonde
Tony Cox
Actor
31-Mar-1958   Marcus in Bad Santa
Carmen Electra
Model
20-Apr-1972   Singled Out
Crispin Glover
Actor
20-Apr-1964   Rubin and Ed
Darrell Hammond
Comic
8-Oct-1960   Saturday Night Live
Héctor Jiménez
Actor
14-Dec-1973   Nacho Libre
Jayma Mays
Actor
16-Jul-1979   Emma Pillsbury on Glee
Kevin McDonald
Actor
16-May-1961   The Kids in the Hall
Kal Penn
Actor
23-Apr-1977   Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
Jim Piddock
Actor
8-Apr-1956   A Mighty Wind
Vince Vieluf
Actor
10-Nov-1970   Grind
Fred Willard
Actor
18-Sep-1933   Fernwood 2night
Katt Williams
Comic
2-Sep-1973   The Pimp Chronicles

REVIEWS

Review by Melanie (posted on 6-Jun-2007)

OMG!! This movie was horrific! I had been excited to see this movie, and when it came out, I wish I could have taken the 1 and a half hour of my life back. This movie had nudity (completely pointless) only so the directors could jerk off to it in slow motion, and horrible actors/actresses. The only reason why I gave this movie the half star was because of Jennifer Coolidge (she was funny as always) and Darrell Hammond (for an impressive Jack Swallows character). They can fight over who gets what percentage of that half star. Lousy movie. Directors/writers should be executed... slowly.


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