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Prepare for earthshaking hilarity as the raunchy and outrageous team behind Date Movie, Epic Movie and Meet The Spartans puts the world's very survival in the hands of three buxom non-brainiacs. This twisted send-up pulverizes everyone's favorite disaster flicks, pop culture icons and public figures with no-holds-barred humor that will have you quaking with laughter.

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Even within the subgenre of grab-bag comedy, Disaster Movie sets a new bar for free-associative lunacy. To what degree there is a plot, it's vaguely stolen from Cloverfield: A handful of twentysomethings try to rescue someone in a city assaulted by an incomprehensible threat--in this case, falling asteroids. But that's just a thread on which to string a long and increasingly tedious series of gestures towards recent movies (ranging from High School Musical to Enchanted to Sex and the City to Kung Fu Panda) and pop culture figures (Amy Winehouse to Flavor Flav to Dr. Phil to, of course, perpetual punching-bag Michael Jackson). No one over 30 will recognize more than a fraction of the movie's references, but the movie's bigger problem is that there are hardly any actual jokes--the filmmakers seem to think that simply alluding to Hancock or Jumper is funny in and of itself... and it just isn't. Disaster Movie will probably appeal to its primary audience of high-school students and repressed frat boys, for whom the mere mention of homosexuality prompts jittery laughter and who find generically pretty girls and studly boys in tight clothing titillating. It's a wasted opportunity; there are moments that, through sheer incompetence and desperation, suggest a surreal stream-of-consciousness. A filmmaker like Luis Bunuel or Federico Fellini could have turned such raw matter into a satirical aria that would genuinely critique a culture that worships Paris Hilton. Instead, we get this. Featuring, as ever, Carmen Electra.--Bret Fetzer



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  • Actors: Carmen Electra, Vanessa Lachey, Nicole Parker, Matt Lanter, Gary 'G. Thang' Johnson
  • Directors: Aaron Seltzer, Jason Friedberg
  • Writers: Aaron Seltzer, Jason Friedberg
  • Producers: Aaron Seltzer, Jason Friedberg, Hal Olofsson, Jerry P. Jacobs
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: January 6, 2009
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (129 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001J710YI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,085 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Disaster Movie (Unrated Widescreen)" on IMDb

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79 of 95 people found the following review helpful By tmp VINE VOICE on March 7, 2009
Format: DVD
This movie makes "Plan Nine From Outer Space" look like "Citizen Kane" It's unrelentingly tedious and unfunny; the only redeeming thing is that Kim Kardashian's godawful performance is mercifully cut off early in the movie by an asteroid. I'd rather watch milk spoil than sit through this turkey again.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By ChibiNeko VINE VOICE on January 10, 2009
Format: DVD
I watched this movie hoping that it would contain even a small percentage of laughs, even though Epic Movie cured me of that hope. Somewhere along the line parody & satire films went from cleverly thought out jokes & slapstick to fart jokes that aren't even funny to a first grader. Calling this film a parody or even a comedy would be doing the better films in the genre a disservice.

The plot, you say? What of the plot? There is one, but one that is stretched so thin you could use it as glass in a window. The focus of the movie mainly surrounds the "writers" (who obviously aren't chosen for their merit) throwing in one pop culture reference after another. I can even imagine how the brainstorming session went:

Writer 1: "Hey, the Chipmunks did really well in the box office. Let's include them. Oh, and let's throw in Juno, Enchanted, & Batman."

Writer 2: "Those aren't disaster movies. So what type of jokes are we going to write for these... 'disaster' movies?"

Writer 1: "We're going to make Giselle a man! And we'll turn the Chipmunks rabid! Everyone else will just walk around being themselves!"

Writer 2: "Gay jokes? Fart jokes? Trying to pass off cameos as jokes? Come on guys, this blows and we know it."

Producer: "Throw out Writer 2! He's making far too much sense!"

The only reason I could possibly imagine anyone watching & enjoying this movie is because they're either a pre-adolsescent boy who likes watching boobs (which there are a lot of) and hasn't yet discovered that there are better films out there. Or someone who has an IQ under 100 or has had recent head trauma. In any case this is a film to avoid at all costs.
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Darth Bane on December 6, 2011
Format: DVD
this movie is uber lame and uber boring this movie is not funny at all this movie is one big epic fail i strongly dislike this movie and i strongly hate it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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23 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Renfield on December 11, 2008
Format: DVD
INGREDIENTS:
2nd rate actors and comedians
Endless sex jokes
Unsubtle humor
Dumbed down Slapstick
Movies that aren't disaster flicks
Cliche'd jokes everyone's tired of hearing
Two talentless directors
A script full of all of the above

DIRECTIONS:

1. Take the two talentless directors and give them the aforementioned script.

2. Then, put in endless sex jokes and pop culture refrences.

3. Have lame jokes, such as Iron Man getting hit by a cow.

4. Hire a bunch of second rate comedians and actors to play the characters.

5. Don't reshoot any scenes. Rush it as fast as you can so that you can get that paycheck.

6. Release it into theaters and watch MTV kids flock.

BEST SERVED WITH: A vomit bag, and a face-palming pad.
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I've seen a lot of bad movies in my life, including many of the movie themed, pop culture reference-loaded parodies such as this one, and as bad as many of those films have been, I've never until now had any one of them literally cause me to experience actual physical discomfort. It was like a test of wills to see just how long I could endure the torture... and when I refer to it as "torture," I'm only SLIGHTLY exaggerating, because if it should ever come about that things develop in this country where citizens start getting rounded up as political prisoners or become captives of terrorist hostage takers, I think I'd opt to be waterboarded rather than be forced to sit through inescapable viewings of this trash (and trashy) "myoo-vee." Not only are all the skits lame as U-No-Wear, but the idiot writers & directors seem to have had absolutely no clue that each {koff-koff} "joke" automatically wore out its welcome as soon as they had presented it, yet somehow they had convinced themselves that the way to make an already bad & lame joke funny or (in their minds) funnier was to keep dragging it out... and then dragging it out further... and then finally, dragging it out some more.

I've never seen "Birdemic" or "The Room," but from what I have seen and heard about these movies, they seem to have all of the earmarks of being huge gawd-awful experiences, but I'm willing to bet that I'd actually get far more enjoyment and satisfaction from those terrible and universally panned movies than from what I had to endure sitting through this tur[d]key!

"Disaster Movie" is just as its name implies... truly a "disaster" of a movie -- LIONSGATE genuinely should be ashamed of themselves.
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By zombie phreak on March 5, 2015
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Normally I like bad movies. I don't know why but it's a guilty pleasure. But this movie was so bad that it may have turned me off from bad parody movies all together.

Most of these jokes are just rushed into the movie and they aren't very funny to begin with and it seems like they didn't bother to reshoot any of the scenes or take time to make any of them even look good. Well unless you count the scenes with Kim Kardashian and Carmen Electra fighting. Those scenes look very well shot and like a lot of effort went into them. Which tells me they were counting on these scenes to make horny teenagers go see this movie in order to try and make a quick buck.

Other jokes are just quickly rushed like the lame Iron Man joke, Hulk joke and Hellboy joke. Those costumes look like something you would get from Party City. They look so bad that there was like no effort at all put into them to even try to make them look like the characters they are supposed to be parodying.

And let's look at the title, "Disaster Movie." You'd think with a name like that they'd want to parody some disaster movies. So if you want to do that, why would you parody Iron Man, The Hulk, Hellboy, Kung Fu Panda, Batman, Speed Racer, Hannah Montana, Hancock, Night at the Museum, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, and High School Musical? None of them have anything to do with disasters!

Normally I can laugh at how bad these movies are and enjoy myself, but this was so bad that I just sat there with a look of disappointment on my face as I watched and wasted 87 minutes of my life.

Avoid this movie!
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