More Sex and Violence (1999)

TV-MA   |    |  Animation, Short


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Twelve skits in six minutes: the first one and the final three are about sex, in between are sketches of blood, death, murder, truck crashes, a tough day on the toilet, a slip on a banana ... See full summary »


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3 June 2010 | Michael_Elliott
Fun Sequel
More Sex and Violence (1998)

*** (out of 4)

Sequel to SEX AND VIOLENCE has animator Plympton giving us even more vignettes. This time out we get to see violence ranging from car wrecks to the truth behind why Elvis died. We also see countless sex stuff including a hilarious bit of dyslexic sex, airbag sex and a priceless gag of a date seen from the point of view of a woman's mouth. Needless to say, Plympton makes this stuff extremely dirty and while the majority of the jokes aren't as funny as they were in the first film, there are a couple classics here that make this a must see. The entire gag of the date is priceless because you know where it's going yet each time she opens her mouth you can't help but build up the joke and when it finally does arrive it still makes you laugh because of the pay off. The humor is certainly very dirty so this is adult material all the way but if you've got a good, dark sense of humor then just sit back and enjoy.

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Animation | Short

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Release Date:

28 February 1999

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English


Country of Origin

USA

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