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Fubar

4.5 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

This critically acclaimed mockumentary centers around a pair of dim witted head bangers living in Calgary, much to the detriment of their fellow countrymen. If you laughed at Spinal Tap, now laugh at their fans!

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  • Actors: Paul Spence, David Lawrence, Gordon Skilling, Andrew Sparacino, Tracey Lawrence
  • Directors: Michael Dowse
  • Writers: Paul Spence, David Lawrence, Michael Dowse, North Darling
  • Producers: David Lawrence, Bryan Gliserman, Marguerite Pigott
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Xenon
  • DVD Release Date: January 13, 2004
  • Run Time: 76 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000V45YG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,288 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Fubar" on IMDb

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Format: DVD
FUBAR is by far the funniest movie I have seen in a long, long time. The film chronicals the seemingly mundane expoits of Terry Cahill and Dean Murdoch, two idiotic headbangers whose existance apparently is based on shot-gunning Pilsner, swearing, and just given'er. Documentary film director Farrel Mitchner follows our heros into the depths of a world most of us could never dream of.
I especially loved the scene where they party in High River, where you can't tell who's an actor and who isn't. The locals certainly fit right in with Terry and Dean.
What is surprising to me is that it has taken this long for an authoritative film on Headbangers to be made. Chances are you went to high school with guys like this and this movie shows you what they're probably up to post-graduation, if they made it that far.
This movie won't make you stop and think, nor will it make you question your place in the world. It will however give you one of the best laughs you've had in a long time. The DVD has some great extra features and I especially enjoyed the director's commentary and deleted scenes. It's well worth owning as you will want to watch it over and over.
Best line: "As it stands right now, plan B is just to keep on given'er."
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While the production value of the film is limited, the story (for anyone who's spent their childhood in Canada or the Midwest for that matter) is compelling. This is, in fact, a mockumentary but it keeps a fairly good tongue-in-cheek tone throughout.

The performances by the main leads (Spence and Lawrence) are solid, and the filmmaker does a great job of being unlikeable until his (spoiler) demise.

The most cherished scenes are certainly the description of the van (and its female "protector") and the late night partying around the campfire.

However, the best performance is by the doctor, who, as it turns out, really is the director's doctor.

Sounds and clips can be found at the director's website: [...] He's coming out with a new film that should follow gracefully in FUBAR'S footsteps: IT'S ALL GONE PETE TONG and stars the main FUBAR guys (and the Doctor!).

All in all, a good romp.
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I don't see how this couldn't be funny to anyone in the English speaking world. Spinal Tap has been called the best Mocumentry around, but in the opinion of someone born in the mid 1980's FUBAR is by far the funnier film. Don't even attempt to watch it with abunch of people who won't stop talking, as you would miss many of the great lines hidden in the movie.
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I feel as though every Canadian University student should go through atleast one serious FUBAR stage, wherein they must:

1. duct tape all injuries

2. "shotgun"

3. collect imported beers (such as Heineken and Corona)

4. nickname a friend "TRON", and

5. regularly yell: "turn down the suck" and/or "______ funkin' blows"

It's a rite of passage. My phase lasted 3 months.

Seriously though, this movie is hilarious. If you haven't seen it, you should - especially if you're Canadian. I haven't seen a more quotable movie since the Big Lebowski!
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Caught this flick on its opening weekend, rather by accident, while on a tourist weekend in Montreal. My traveling companion, being an indie movie junkie, recommended that we kill part of an afternoon watching it. Great dining, drinking, Expos/Phillies game aside, this was the highlight of a kick-ass Memorial Day weekend. Bought three copies of the DVD as Christmas gifts. Don't miss it!!!
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Format: DVD
Canadian films generally aren't much to be proud of, however this is a huge exception. This is a great movie filled with constant hilarity. I can't recommend it enough.
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i saw this movie in the theater and i knew right after it ended that i couldn't wait for the dvd. well, that day is finally here and, by golly, this has got to be one of the greatest dvds ever printed. The commentary by Dean and Terry (in character) is so funny i had to rewind it a bunch of times cuz my laughter was causing me to miss even funnier stuff.
There are also some great deleted scenes. the "burned face girl" is quite funny. Some of the others are weird, but worth a watch.
My only complaint about this DVD is that the sound is only available in 2 channel Pro Logic. I guess it's hardly a complaint though... seeing as the movie has a documentary feel. I guess not a lot of documentaries come with a 5.1 dolby digital EX mix... so yeah, who cares?
Buy this DVD. The movie is fantastic and the special features are equally as fabulous.
The commentary is worth the price alone
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you gotta go out there, and you gotta giv'r.

just keep on givin'r. best mockumentary ever??
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