PG-13 | | Action, Comedy
To create the effect of bad dubbing, writer Steve Oedekerk wrote a script of nonsensical dialogue for the actors to say. The real dialogue was dubbed during post-production. For example, when Chosen One says, "But, isn't Betty a woman's name?" If you read his lips, he says, "But, isn't Trouble a family game?"
He was my father my entire life, we were friends, I loved him, and now he's dead-except for his hair and nails-dead, Waaaach!...
When the Chosen One talks to his friends while they're wounded in the field, he has a tattoo saying "Mouth" with an arrow on his right cheek. The tattoo is given to him by an old man in a deleted torture scene, and can't be seen in any other scenes in the film.
Mu Shu Fasa (The computer-generated lion) is credited as himself.
The DVD shows several deleted/alternate scenes. Among these are:
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