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Touch Tone Terrorists present: the Junkyard Willie Movie, Lost In Transit

2.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

A comedy feature based loosely on the Touch-Tone Terrorists prank calls CD's (as heard on Howard Stern and Crank Yankers on Comedy Central and MTV2), this movie also features Mary Carey (Celebrity Rehab, California gubernatorial recall election candidate), and rock star Randy Ratchett (Toxic Sludge). This movie has received numerous awards, accolades and nominations including Best Effort to Pilot an Aircraft While Intoxicated, Best Lap Dance for a Nervous Hillbilly, and Best Impersonation of an OBGYN. The Janitor's Guild calls it... A masterpiece, while Handicapped Boxers of America call it... Cruel and Unusual. Junkyard Willie rises up the company ladder to become supervisor of Jammin Package Express (JPX). He's a bit unorthodox and he's hired misfits like Jim Bob the Handicapped Hillbilly, and Blade the Drunken Rocker. Once in charge Willie decides.... Never mind what happens... This movie is just plain WACK! Learn how to become a gynecologist overnight with no prior experience or medical degree, learn how to make the most of your stolen credit card, discover the joys of war, but forget about Turkish prisons... Ever drop some bad acid and go streaking across a soccer field buck naked??? Special features include a new Touch-Tone Terrorists crank call Hoochie Momma, featuring Jim Bob & Willie.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Michael H. Goodwyn, RePete Z, Levi Powell, Mary Carey, Beverly Lynne
  • Directors: RePete Z, Jack Edward Sawyers
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Dolby, NTSC, Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    Not Rated
  • Studio:, INC
  • DVD Release Date: September 2, 2008
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001D1G0B8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #223,269 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

By Bradley A. Carter on January 4, 2011
Fine, okay, I'm exaggerating in the title just a little. I've been a fan of the Touch Tone Terrorists for more than 10 years now. Most of their prank calls are brilliant and, just like the Jerky Boys, RePete created some awesome, lovable characters in his calls - Blade, Willie and JimBob. I was excited to see the movie and watched it with a few friends this week. I was only slightly let down, as I wasn't expecting much from it.

It was a fun movie to watch and I will definitely be watching it again, but probably never again while I'm completely sober. The production seemed flawless. I was constantly amazed with the professional looking sets and props. For a low budget film, it seems like they spared no expense making this movie look great. Every line of the main character's voice was dubbed over and I didn't notice a single discrepancy with the mouth/voice, which was impressive too.

The acting was what I expected. The 3 main characters did an excellent job on their parts, but all the extras were pretty awful. And there were a lot of extras, most of them seeming to be plucked from the sketchiest strip clubs available.

The movie's main problem was the plot. It started out promising as a movie about a bunch of shipping company employees doing wacky things, but eventually went all over the place with each character having their own crazy set of misadventures. It was all fun to watch and I admit that I laughed a lot, but after awhile it seemed like it was just a bunch of bad SNL skits all strung together that would never end. I know it's stupid to complain about the plot in a movie like this, but I'm doing it anyway.

All in all, it was a fun movie and I'm sure I'll see it again.
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I would recommend this movie to folks who like art house indie, sophomoric, college humor or people who just can't get enough of the Touchtone Terrorists, as I can't. Without spoiling it, the movie is sort of like a series of setups and punchlines with familiar themes from the TTT prank calls throughout. This is no million dollar production but then I doubt Junkyard Willie and Jim Bob are the kind of status quo that DreamWorks would ever want to be associated with either.
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I really wanted to like this movie, which is probably why I did. By now, I have been a fan of the TouchTone Terrorist/Junkyard Willie prank call CD's for 14 years. Throughout the early- and mid-2000's, the series' creator had been promoting this movie on his website. After years of excitement and anticipation, "Lost in Transit" seemed like it would never be finished. When it was finally released, I was disappointed. I still love the comedic genius and the novel approach behind the TouchTone Terrorist's work. Unfortunately the low-brow humor, zany characters, and surreal plotlines of the prank calls do not translate well to the big screen.

True appreciation of any movie would require the willing suspension of disbelief. The prank calls work beautifully in allowing for this. Although the calls themselves present absurd and impossible circumstances, they only contain audio, which effectively causes the listener to visualize the scene internally. As unbelievable as the situations may be, each call has a live audience BELIEVING the situation in some regard. Therefore, it is much easier to suspend disbelief while listening to the prank calls rather than watching their film adaptation.

Fans of the prank call CD's will appreciate at least some of the movie's merits. The actor portraying Junkyard Willie is spot on. He has the perfect look, mannerisms, and speech patterns. Pete Dzhogi, the director, made the right choice when he dubbed over the actor's voice with his own (Dzhogi also created and voiced Willie in the original prank calls). The end result is the perfect visual representation of the Junkyard Willie character from the CD's: an angry, booming, gravelly-voiced, Fred Sanford-like character with a take-no-guff attitude.
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