Freddy Got Fingered
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When 28-year old wannabe animator Gord Brody (Green) leaves the safety of his parents' home to make it big in Hollywood, all hell breaks loose... in hospital rooms, with paraplegic nymphos, in a cheese factory, with farm animals... and much more! Just whe
- Scene Specific Commentary by Harland Williams, Marisa Coughlan and Rip Torn
- Audience Laugh Track
- Rated PG Version - 3 Minutes
- MTV "Making Of"
- 8 Deleted Scenes With Optional Tom Green Commentary
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1) Tom Green skateboarding.
2) Tom Green "getting inside" of an animal.
3) Tom Green doing "backward man" wearing his dad's suit backward, and walking backward.
4) Tom Green bashing the legs of his girlfriend in a wheelchair (because she wants to get orgasm).
5) Tom Green brandishing a new-born baby holding a umbilical code.
6) Rip Torn letting his pants down.
7) Lovely Drew Barrymore's cameo appearance, and very brief moment revealing her personality (Watch until the end of credits).
8) Not so funny animation "Zebras in America" for which the characters pay one million dollars.
Those are just part of the gags Tom Green shows, and much gross-out scenes are deliberately omitted here. Well, that's about a horse and an elephant ... but no need to tell you about it.
Seriously, some might find the film funny, but I didn't happen to feel that way. It's not offensive; it is gross-out, but that's not the problem (I love still Cameron Diaz's hairstyle in "There's Somthing About Mary.") No, it's just unfunny. Perhaps his comic turns would work within shorter minutes, like 5 minute sketches you can see on TV, but Tom Green stretches the film too long so that we sense it's all repetition of his crazy mannerism. This film reminds me of Adam Sandler, who succeeded in "The Wedding Singer" but failed in "Little Nicky." To sustain 90 minutes, we have to have something more than short sketches.
"Freddy Got Fingered" earned 5 Razzies, and that's something, you know, but the film itself is, I think, rather tepid as a whole in spite of some outrageous gags. But I cannot possibly hate Tom Green, who showed up himself at the ceremony of Golden Raspberry Awards to collect 5 gold-painted trophies, and for that I give another star. Well, I like you and your shows, Tom. Really.