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Halo Infinity
12-14-2013, 11:04 AM
I still actually like this movie, and it holds a lot of nostalgia for me because it is also one of the first movies I've ever watched with my best friend ever, and it's easily one of my most favorite movies from the early 2000s. And from what I've seen on Wikipedia, the sequel is was actually fictional on the account of it being a joke in and of itself. They had me for quite a while there until I checked it out, and it's been already 11 years and counting since it first came out. It'll turn 12 next month on January 25, 2014.

Oh, and yes, if you've never seen this film before, it really is supposed to be extremely and incredibly stupid. It's as if the entire film is one giant meme after another, and if dubbed humor is your thing, then this film will most likely be your bag. I'm also amazed at the cult following it received, and I think it's a rather pleasant and awesome surprise when movies that didn't originally amass such a following seem to get at a few to a couple of years after they were original released. The replay value for this movie was actually high for me, especially when I'm the right mood to watch it.









12-14-2013, 11:39 AM
i think i refused to see this when it came out lol
not sure why
i think this is the first time
ive ever seen somebody
talk about it
i checked out the trailer again..
its been a long time.....

i like slapstick,
and super silly things
i might give it a go some night
smoke a bunch of weed
and/or get tanked

ill be thinkin of ya when i watch it !!! ;)

12-14-2013, 09:19 PM
This movie is so damn ridiculous yet I have seen it so many times because it makes me laugh every time. WEE YOU WEE YOU WEE YOU!

12-15-2013, 08:05 AM
My opinion hasn't changed since I posted about it on ETS. ;)

01-10-2014, 02:53 PM
Love this movie!! It's so stupid, but that's what makes it good.

Halo Infinity
01-10-2014, 07:24 PM
I really hope that sequel is actually real, but it seems to have been confirmed to be fictitious. I'd be pleasantly surprised if it actually came to fruition some day though. I've also noticed that the full movie is available on YouTube, and if you have the account and means for it, I suppose it's worth it if you're into slapstick spoofs and would rather not use Netflix or buy the DVD and/or torrent it.

And speaking of "The Chosen Edition" DVD, I'm glad that they've managed to go above and beyond you for it, as you can see all their deleted scenes, commercials, and listen to the alternative audio tracks when watching the movie. It also has a full-length commentary. I'll also post the Netflix URL at the first post of this thread.