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Freddy Got Fingered (18-Apr-2001)

Director: Tom Green

Writers: Tom Green; Derek Harvie

Keywords: Comedy, Scatological

A struggling cartoonist looking to stay with his parents and younger brother spreads negative rumors about his father after he is asked to leave.

ABSTRACT
Accidental Dadaist Tom Green is Gord Brody, a 28-year old cartoonist whose attempts to catch on as an animation commodity in Hollywood run into a brick wall when his ideas are dismissed as "fucking stupid". Upset with his failure, Gord moves back home to an angry and abusive father, turning the tables on his dad by staging a series of bizarre stunts designed to frame him for the molestation of 25-year old brother Freddy. Likely the only film in history to feature a man chanting "Daddy, would you like some sausage?", Freddy Got Fingered is either one of the worst movies of all time or valid, if unwatchable, performance art, depending on your critic of choice.

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Drew Barrymore
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Marisa Coughlan
Actor
17-Mar-1974   Side Order of Life
Lorena Gale
Actor
9-May-1958 21-Jun-2009 Je me souviens
Tom Green
Actor
30-Jul-1971   Ex-husband of Drew Barrymore
Julie Hagerty
Actor
15-Jun-1955   Airplane!
Anthony Michael Hall
Actor
14-Apr-1968   Sixteen Candles
Shaquille O'Neal
Basketball
6-Mar-1972   Shaq Attack
Eddie Kaye Thomas
Actor
31-Oct-1980   American Pie
Rip Torn
Actor
6-Feb-1931   Arthur on The Larry Sanders Show
Harland Williams
Actor
14-Nov-1962   Rocket Man

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