This movie was probably what I'd imagine my wife to be in movie format. It was delic' in all possible manner. A truly orgasmic experience. Brian Moran II's portrayal of 'Get A Horse' brought tears to my eyes. Tears of laughter an sorrow combined.
I enjoyed the non-existent killer fish, advertised on the packaging of the delightful DVD case, which turned out to be a window, not the advertised killer fish.
One Hundred Euros is the same as 34 American Dollars. But enough about me.
The inclusion of 'The Ice Cream Kid Gang' was outrageously moving. The one kid who failed to have eyebrows and who could change his expression from smug to scared in an instant changed my life 4eva. I hope to meet him in the future.
The bully was a good person. Need I say more.
I liked the ending of the movie - 'Get A Horse' and 'Bully' coming to attack the 3 leads, but obviously the budget was too small to allow for the writer's hopes of the storyline. The director (who just happens to be the writer as well) managed to cover this plot hole by concluding the film with a sublime scream from each lead role. Truly made some cents. Probably about 100. Dollars. Not cents, I got confused.