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Two Hundred Thousand Dirty (2012)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 2 January 2015 (USA)
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Blue-collar losers, who work in a mattress store, plot to kill someone for money.
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Mark Greenfield Mark Greenfield ... Rob
Coolio ... Manny
Rocío Verdejo ... Isabelle
C. Clayton Blackwell C. Clayton Blackwell ... Martin
Kenneth McGregor ... Preston
Spencer Rowe Spencer Rowe ... Antonio
Kittson O'Neill ... Connie
Alejandro Lozano ... Hector
Andy Roberts Andy Roberts ... Warranty Customer
Timothy L. Anderson ... Foam Customer
C.T. Mobig C.T. Mobig ... Fetish Indian
Alastair Bayardo ... Juwan
Heather Rose Heather Rose ... Waitress
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Welcome to the monotonous, oppressive modern American byproduct of suburban sprawl: the urban strip-mall. Native to this environment and products of outdated pop culture are Rob (Mark Greenfield) and Manny (Coolio), the unsuccessful, unrefined and uncouth sales force behind Affordable Mattress. When new employee Isabelle (Rocío Verdejo) is hired in hopes of improving dismal sales, some things do change and after recruiting fellow strip-mall burnout Martin (C. Clayton Blackwell), she's got everyone working together to split a common goal - 200,000 dollars. Written by Loop di Loop Productions

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Get ready. Get set. Get Dirty.

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Comedy

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Not Rated
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USA

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English

Release Date:

2 January 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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Stereo | Dolby Digital (5.1 surround)

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Color (High Definition)

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1.85 : 1
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Including subtitles, there are 394 instances or derivatives of the word "fuck" in the film. At 89 minutes long, that's an average of 4.43 per minute - which according to Wikipedia, is the highest average of all-time for any released English language narrative film and second only across all genres to the documentary film Fuck (2005). In term of total numerical uses, the 394 ranks 5th according to the same listing. See more »

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References The Fugitive (1993) See more »

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Billiards
Written by Tyler McKusick and Chad Felix
Performed by Tyler McKusick, Chad Felix, and Mark Corbin
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Don't let the rating fool you - Avoid this waste of time
21 March 2015 | by numanSee all my reviews

Watched (with tons of fast-forwarding) via NetFlix... what a piece of pretentious garbage... there's no doubt clowns who pumped-up the rating to 7+ are associated with this fraud of a movie. This stinker crawls at the same snail pace from the opening scene to the closing credits. No body is able to even change their frozen (as in, I'm dead) expressions or tone. You see where the wanna-be director and wreck of a writer is trying to go with this and it's very obvious what his source of inspiration comes from... life just sucks man and hey, every other word I say is going to reflect that by f this, f that, and f you. Come on though, the most disgraceful part of this fiasco is people who would give it anything close to the seven star rating.


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