Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story
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Paintballs first superstar, Bobby Dukes (Rob Corddry of "The Daily Show"), and his team the River Rats were competing for their fourth "Classic" victory when disaster struck. Bobby, attempting one of his signature moves, was shot. Desperate to stay in the game, Bobby intentionally wiped the paint from his jersey, thus committing paintballs most heinous crime, "wiping." The three-time champ was banned from the game for ten years and became the laughing stock of the paintball community. Deemed a cheater, disgraced and humiliated, Bobby disappeared.
Ten years later an older and wiser Bobby returns to reclaim his title and erase the memory of his tainted past. On the verge of giving up hope, Bobby joins forces with the most unlikely of allies; the referee that caught him cheating. Now, the two improbable partners must recruit a team of paintball misfits and take back the Hudson Valley Paintball Classic.
Cast commentary with Rob Corddry, Paul Scheer, Rob Riggle
Commentary with Filmmakers
Outtakes & Deleted Scenes
"Around The World With Bobby Dukes" Featurette
2004 FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS:
Lake Placid Film Festival Special Jury Prize
Oxford Film Festival Best Feature & Audience Award
SXSW Film Festival Audience Award
- Commentary by actors Rob Corddry, Paul Scheer, and Rob Riggle
- Commentary by filmmakers Brant Sersen, Brian Steinberg, and Chris Lechler
- Deleted scenes
- Bobby Duke's Video Diary
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Lurking beneath the apparent "crudeness" lies some very intelligent, biting humor. Fans of the TV show "The Office" will find a lot to like here. It's really more clever than it is crude. You'll need to watch this movie 3 or 4 times to catch every joke and funny line, which is the true sign of a transcendent comedy. When you consider that 95% of the jokes are improv, that makes it even more impressive. We need more movies like this and fewer (none?) "______ Movie" movies.
If you play paintball regularly you will just laugh at the horribly bad parts as well as the hilariously spot on representation of some of the most idiotic notions that it presents. Continuity is awefull, but that is all the movies fault.
Overall this is exactly what I was looking for and I got what I wanted.
Now every time we go out of town for a tournament we bring a copy of BOBBY with us and it plays all night long !!!!
This is a great movie!!! The only thing that keeps it out of the 5 star is the language is a bit strong.