Last updated August 20, 2018
Expecting to enjoy a relaxing vacation at their rundown mountain cabin, backwoods boys Tucker and Dale see their peaceful trip turn into a nightmare when college kids camping nearby accuse the duo of being psychotic killers.
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Streetwise hustler Billy Ray Valentine trades places with wealthy investment executive Louis Winthorpe III as part of a bet cooked up by the rich, greedy Duke brothers. But when Valentine and Winthorpe find out about the wager, the payback begins.
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Four bored, occasionally high and always ineffective Vermont state troopers must prove their worth to the governor or lose their jobs. After stumbling on a drug ring, they plan to make a bust, but a rival police force is out to steal the glory.
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The no-holds-barred Pythons explore the various facets of life -- from procreation to the clang of a death knell -- in their typical irreverent fashion, proclaiming "Every sperm is sacred." (Or didn't you know?) Darker and more disturbing than other Monty Python fare, the film follows a sketch comedy format and includes highlights such as the heave-inducing "world's biggest glutton" skit featuring John Cleese and Terry Jones.
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The hit comedy television show about an ordinary man (Michael J. Nelson) and two robots being forced to watch the worst movies ever made becomes a movie about an ordinary man and two robots forced to watch the worst movies ever made. A demented scientist schemes to subject Nelson to unspeakable horrors, but his test subject has mankind's ultimate defense: a sense of humor, which he and his robot companions use to make hilarious commentary.
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Director Tom Stoppard turns William Shakespeare's tragedy "Hamlet" topsy-turvy in this witty, existential puzzle box, presenting the play from the view of trivial characters Rosencrantz (Gary Oldman) and Guildenstern (Tim Roth). Beckoned to find the cause of the Danish prince's malaise, the duo strolls into the midst of the royal intrigue. But with no memory of Hamlet (or anything else), they're mystified by their mission.
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Truman Burbank is the star of "The Truman Show," a 24-hour-a-day TV phenomenon that broadcasts every aspect of his life without his knowledge. When Truman discovers that his life is a sham for public consumption, he makes a desperate escape bid.
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Edmund Blackadder, a kindly Victorian shopkeeper, flips the script on the holiday classic when a visit from the Spirit of Christmas persuades the merchant to give meanness a try. But he soon learns that ruthlessness comes with its own troubles.
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Sight gags and pratfalls abound in director Blake Edwards's unadulterated farce about a sexy parlor maid accused of killing her lothario lover. Enter the bumbling Inspector Clouseau who's intent on proving the young beauty's innocence.
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Director Robert Zemeckis seamlessly mixes live action with animation wizardry in this cinematic groundbreaker featuring Bob Hoskins as gruff gumshoe Eddie Valiant, who agrees to take the case of Roger Rabbit, a zany cartoon star framed for murder.
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The potty-mouthed kids of "South Park" move to the big screen for this animated musical comedy with a loose plot involving Satan, Saddam Hussein and the corruption of American youth by their Canadian neighbors.
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When Jay and Silent Bob learn that their comic-book alter egos, Bluntman and Chronic, have been sold to Hollywood as part of a big-screen movie that leaves them out of any royalties, the pair travels to Tinseltown to sabotage the production.
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In this comedy based on the semi-biographical stories of Hunter S. Thompson, the gonzo journalist stumbles through a series of wacky adventures (some true, some imagined) from 1968 to 1972, often with his attorney, Carl Lazlo, by his side.
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Herbert Ross brings Woody Allen's play to the big screen, with Allen in the starring role as Casablanca-obsessed film critic Allan Felix, who turns to an imaginary version of Humphrey Bogart for guidance on how to deal with the departure of his wife. And while Allan listlessly dates a variety of women, he finds himself most connected to his best friend's wife (Diane Keaton) -- and Bogart urges him to act decisively.
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In this spoof of the Star Wars trilogy, nefarious Dark Helmet hatches a plan to snatch Princess Vespa and steal her planet's air. Space bum Lone Starr and his clueless sidekick fly to the rescue, with help from Yogurt and the power of "The Schwartz."
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It's the end of summer, and everyone at Camp Firewood wants a final shot at some action. Lovelorn Coop tries to get the attention of a fellow counselor, while camp director Beth has a crush of her own in this spoof on 1980s summer-camp camp.
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Seventeen-year-old Leon Bronstein (Jay Baruchel) thinks he is the reincarnation of Russian October Revolution leader Leon Trotsky, thus staging a strike at his father's (Saul Rubinek) factory and then a student walkout at his new school. Film legend Geneviève Bujold appears as the head of the school board in writer-director Jacob Tierney's "revolting" comedy. Emily Hampshire, Justin Bradley, Kaniehtiio Horn and Jesse Rath also co-star.
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Mel Brooks and his real-life spouse, Anne Bancroft, star as impresarios of a Polish acting troupe circa 1939. When the Nazis invade Warsaw, the ensemble gets enmeshed in a subterfuge to prevent the Germans from finding a list of underground fighters. Bancroft scored an Oscar nomination, as did Charles Durning for his supporting performance as a befuddled Nazi colonel in this zesty remake of Ernst Lubitsch's 1942 classic.
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When a gifted butter sculptor announces his retirement, his ambitious wife sees her hopes for future fame -- and the presidency -- melt away. She sets out to take up the mantle, but soon learns how cutthroat the world of pro butter sculpting can be.
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Featuring riotous tunes, crass humor and sight gags galore, this hilarious genre bender set in 1873 chronicles the tale of Alferd Packer (Trey Parker of "South Park" fame) -- the only American ever found guilty of cannibalism. With Packer at the helm, a party of gold prospectors gets stranded in the midst of a savage Rocky Mountain winter, and next thing you know, ribs and liver are on the menu. "South Park" co-creator Matt Stone also stars.
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