Definitely not for the easily-offended, Movie 43, released on DVD and Blu-Ray by Entertainment One on 24th June 2013, is a shocking and disturbing thrill-ride that battered the jaws of unsuspecting cinema-goers' as they plummeted to the ground at lightning speeds!
Elizabeth Banks, Kristen Bell, Halle Berry, Leslie Bibb, Kate Bosworth , Gerard Butler, Bobby Cannavale, Kieran Culkin, Anna Faris, Chloë Grace Moretz, Chris Pratt, Seann William Scott, Uma Thurman, Stephen Merchant
Release your inner teenager with the most gloriously scandalous no holds barred comedy of the year from producer Peter Farrelly! Definitely not for the easily-offended, Movie 43, released on DVD and Blu-Ray by Entertainment One on 24th June 2013, is a shocking and disturbing thrill-ride that battered the jaws of unsuspecting cinema-goers' as they plummeted to the ground at lightning speeds! Dare to rediscover your mischievous streak for the crassest movie ever made?!
Three daring teenagers journey into the darkest corners of the internet in search of the world's most banned film Movie 43 and encounter a series of gloriously offensive videos along the way, each becoming more and more uproarious as they tentatively venture into the unknown! From The Catch where Kate Winslet stars as a woman on a blind date with the ever-so charming Hugh Jackman, who is by all description perfect. He's talented, immensely handsome, successful in his career and has shown a lot of balls for a man on a first date. Quite literally so! To Veronica, where Emma Stone and Kieran Culkin star as former lovers who's final farewell swiftly turns into a sexual discussion and humorous lament over their relationship with topics including HPV and fingers up the bum, the teenagers can only dare to imagine what the mystical Movie 43 will behold and what the consequences of watching it will be!
Movie 43 is directed by Peter Farrelly (Dumb & Dumber; There's Something About Mary) and stars Elizabeth Banks (The Hunger Games; Catch Me If You Can), Kristen Bell (Veronica Mars; Forgetting Sarah Marshal), Halle Berry (Monster's Ball; Cloud Atlas), Leslie Bibb (Iron Man; Law Abiding Citizen), Kate Bosworth (Superman Returns; 21), Gerard Butler (300; P.S I Love You), Bobby Cannavale (Boardwalk Empire; The Other Guys), Kieran Culkin (Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World; She's All That), Anna Faris (Scary Movie; The Dictator), Chloë Grace Moretz (Kick-Ass; Dark Shadows), Chris Pratt (Moneyball; Zero Dark Thirty), Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Superbad; Kick-Ass), Emma Stone (The Amazing Spider-Man; Zombieland), Hugh Jackman (X-Men; Les Miserables), Jason Sudeikis (Horrible Bosses; The Campaign), John Hodgman (Coraline; The invention of Lying), Johnny Knoxville (Jackass; The Last Stand), Josh Duhamel (Transformers; New Year's Eve), Justin Long (Jeepers Creepers; Die Hard 4.0), Kate Winslet (Titanic; Revolutionary Road), Liev Schreiber (Scream; X-Men Origins: Wolverine), Naomi Watts (King Kong; The Impossible), Richard Gere (Pretty Woman; Chicago), Seann William Scott (American Pie; Dude, Where's My Car), Stephen Merchant (Hot Fuzz; Cemetery Junction), Terrence Howard (Crash; Iron Man), Uma Thurman (Pulp Fiction; Kill Bill Vol. 1).
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