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  • Actors: Adam Rifkin, David Carradine, Ali Larter, Gary Busey, Talia Shire
  • Directors: Adam Rifkin
  • Writers: Adam Rifkin
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: January 20, 2009
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001GMH8VK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #110,869 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "National Lampoon's Stoned Age - Unrated" on IMDb

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Prehistoric comedy stars Tom Arnold, Gary Busey, David Carradine, Ali Larter, Adam Rifkin, and Ron Jeremy.

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Adam Rifkin wrote, directed and starred in this sporadically funny National Lampoon comedy built on a sole, sustained joke. The story is set in the prehistoric era, but the caveman characters speak in our modern language about matters of sex, drug use, relationships, and much else. The most progressive of these distant ancestors is Ishbo (Rifkin), a bespectacled intellectual unappreciated for his inventions ("Look! I just created pants!"), despised by his macho father, the tribal chief (David Carradine), and upstaged by his rugged brother (Hayes MacArthur), who is engaged to the girl (Ali Larter) Ishbo loves. Rifkin squeezes in some successful sight gags (at a peak of sexual starvation, Ishbo does the customary caveman thing by clubbing a girl over the head, but he sends her off a cliff in the process). A turn in the story sending a frustrated Ishbo on a solitary stroll, and into the hands of a warrior-lesbian tribe, takes an unexpected twist leading to an even more unexpected ending. The film is a blend of slapstick, drug humor, bawdy stuff (lots of nudity) and general time-frittering nonsense, but one can do a lot worse when it comes to potboiler comedies. --Tom Keogh

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One of the worst films I have ever seen.
Master Chief
Year One has the same idea and was truly brilliant, this however is a low budget, camp filled piece of garbage.
Carielyn Satterlee
To this movie I say: What you've just shown me is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever seen.
John Grimm

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By astrorev on January 13, 2010
Format: DVD
Lampoons are hit and miss with me. This one was a big disappointment. I found it very, very unfunny. I laughed two times in the whole movie, otherwise it was one of the most boring movies I've seen. Had more fun reading the negative reviews here on amazon. BTW, I was going to list this as one of the stupidest movies I've ever seen until two days later I watched Surfer Dude. Unbelievable! But I'll save that for it's own review.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 28, 2009
Format: DVD
I don't usually write reviews for anything, but this movie was soooo bad I felt compelled to let others know NOT to watch this movie.

I'm pretty open-minded when watching movies and like all kinds. I didn't find this movie at all funny or interesting, or even slightly amusing. My husband is an even bigger movie buff than I and he found this movie worthless.

It was the worst movie I had ever seen... worse than House of 1000 Corpses. If I could, I would have rated this movie a big, fat ZERO.

If I were a guy, I'd say that the only good thing about this movie are the scenes with the nearly naked women fondling each other. Can't say I was that surprised since it was a National Lampoon movie.

Do. Not. Watch.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Castor Hoyle on July 29, 2009
Format: DVD
Wow. Apparently you either love this movie or you hate it. I'm definitely amongst those that loved it.

As a fan of classic comedy by the true classic film comedians (Marx Brothers, Woody Allen, Mel Brooks, and more recently Jim Carrey), I think Adam Rifkin's cinematic offerings deservedly have a place with them. Like the movies of the above-mentioned comedy stars, "Stoned Age" is packaged and presented as zany, numb-skull entertainment, but executed with true wit and life-long knowledge of how to conjure up a laugh.

Like Allen and Brooks, Rifkin places his protagonist ("Ishbo", played by Rifkin himself) in a foreign setting (prehistoric time) as if he were a modern day, overly-analytical nebbish that was suddenly transported back in time and is awkwardly left to deal with his dangerous and illogical new surroundings. When offered the bar-b-qued foot of a fallen tribesman, Ishbo refuses the disgusting extremity under the excuse that he's on a diet, to which the chef replies "What's a diet?". And we don't even question how cave man Ishbo came upon a pair of glasses. And it's great that Rifkin doesn't feel his audience is clueless enough to have to have it explained to them. Rifkin uses modern banter sparingly enough that when it happens, it seems as foreign to us as it does to his spear-chucking contemporaries, and the results are effectively funny.

There's a crazy quilt of a cast in "Stoned Age" which includes the late David Carradine, Tom Arnold, Talia Shire, porn star Ron Jeremy, Gary Busey, and a very, very competent (and gorgeous) Ali Larter who proves to have some amazing comedy timing. I don't know if Rifkin hired her mainly for her curves, but he got a true comedienne in the deal.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chris Michalek on May 16, 2009
Format: DVD
There's been some strong buzz about this film for a while on line thanks to a whole bunch of trailers and funny little videos. I really wanted to check this film out for a host of reasons, not the least of which are Ali Larter (who's hot as Hell), Miles Dougal (Star of many a Giuseppi Andrews epic) and Rifkin, who I've been a fan of since DETROIT ROCK CITY. Having only seen the web trailer and a couple of viral vids I could only hope that it wasn't the type of film that tries to show you so much of the funny gags in the trailer, then while your watching it you're sitting there saying to yourself, "wow I should have just watched the trailer for 88mins".

THIS IS NOT ONE OF THOSE FILMS! From the opening scene, a reference to 2001, to the closing scene, an obvious homage to Buster Keaton, this film delivers! NATIONAL LAMPOON'S STONED AGE is about a prehistoric Einstein named Ishbo whose tribe believes that both his inventions and the fact that he doesn't believe in clubbing women, is completely insane!! Ishbo (Played by Rifkin) is a caveman with some great ideas! Ideas that will help man evolve, but his father Mookoo (David Carradine), brother Thudnik (Hayes Macarthur), and friends Zig & Zog (Giuseppe Andrews and Miles Dougal) just don't understand why he isn't content living the life that the tribe has come to know and love. The film also features Ali Larter, Tom Arnold, Talia Shire, Bill Tyree (another Giuseppi regular), Gary Busey, Ron Jeremy, & Lin Shaye.

Now don't get me wrong, this isn't GODFATHER PART 2, but it's obviously not meant to be. It's just a funny little caveman movie that's smart, silly and really well done. And the cave babes are sexy as hell!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Micheal Hunt on December 17, 2008
Format: DVD
National Lampoon movies of the last few years have really gone down in comedic value compared to some of there original hit movies. You may be pleased to know that this particular one is a step above some of the more recent ones, and fun to watch.

Set in the caveman era, Homo Erectus stars Adam Rifkin as Ishbo who is a geek type of loser who can't score with the cavegirls and lives in the shadow of his bigger, stronger, more athletic, butcher, more popular brother... basically a cave jock.

However Ishbo is actually the smartest caveman, but none of the others are smart enough to realize his ideas are smart, and want to stick to there primitive ways. So Ishbo is considered the stupidest caveman because he wants to evolve and the other cavmen don't even know what that means.

Ishbo's best friend and crush, Fardart (Ali Larter) end's up being clubbed by his brother and becomes his brothers wife. However, his brother cares nothing about her, and Ishbo still wants to be with her. He receives his chance later in the movie.

Also starring Garey Busey, Carol Alt, that chick from independence day, the master from Kung Fu (legend continues) and surprisingly Ron Jeromy!

Don't expect this to be anything more then a goofy, campy, silly kind of movie. There is nothing factual about this movie, it's just something for fun.

The comedy is something like American Pie meets those cheesy 80's flicks with lots of skin thrown in in case someone noticed there was very little to the plot if there is any.

Overall, it wasn't too bad, I hired this with very little expectation, but in the end, I thought it was pretty funny. It's not classic comedy, it wont have a cult following, but ehh, it's ok for a rental at least.
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