The Animal (2001)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Sci-Fi


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After receiving organ transplants from various animal donors, a man finds himself taking on the traits of those animals.


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2 December 2001 | Skeletors_Hood
6
| Not bad. actually funny
I liked this movie, even though I feel the trailer made it seem more funny than it actually is. Still, its enjoyable, and has the type of unbelievable humor that I like, that goofy off-the-wall ingredient that really good comedies have. Worth a watch or two.

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Trivia

When Marvin is messing around with Sergeant Sisks shotgun, he accidentally makes it go off shooting his coffee mug and drenching his picture, foreshadowing later in the movie when Marvin has animal abilities and saves the Mayors son from drowning, he splashes around in the water ultimately drenching Sisk.


Quotes

Marvin Mange: Now that's some good badger milk.


Goofs

In the animal shelter sometimes the bird is on Rianna's finger then it is on her shoulder then it is on it's perch then back on her finger.


Crazy Credits

The film is dedicated to Rob's father Marvin Schneider.


Alternate Versions

Scenes which were deleted include:

  • The doctor explaining the differant animal parts he put in Marvin. After mentioning the lion with the attention deficit disorder, we see it fall out of the tree in the background.
  • Marvin wakes up in Dimples doghouse and walks out naked holding the water bowl over his front. He then runs off to his house, again exposing his hair covered behind to the shocked neighbor. (The trailer shows this scene with him wearing underwear.)
  • Marvin returns to work where he can overhear everyone's conversations, then smells/hears a coworker fart and hastles him for it.
  • The doctor talks to Marvin more about the animal traits, feeds him a fish, and makes him jump through a firey hoop.


Soundtracks

Wild Thing
Written by
Matt Dike, Tone Loc (as Anthony Smith) and Marvin Young
Performed by Tone Loc
Courtesy of Delicious Vinyl, Inc.
By Arrangement with Rhino Entertainment Co. and Warner Special Products

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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