9 June 2014 | yourmotheratemydog715
Mr. Willie's revenge is, unfortunately, a little flaccid
So if you've somehow ended up on REVENGE OF MR. WILLIE's IMDb page, I'll go ahead and assume you're a little weird and find the idea of a movie about a killer wang incredibly amusing and entertaining. I'm glad I'm not the only one. Unfortunately, MR. WILLIE didn't leave me completely satisfied, though I did still have a fun time with it.
Basically, this guy is screwing practically every chick in town, but while messing around with one of his main squeezes, he has a heart attack and dies. Then a couple of his lovers accidentally chop off his tootsie roll and the dismembered member comes back to wreak havoc on females everywhere (or, rather, in the film's three shooting locations). Sounds fun, right? But the problem is MR. WILLIE is just too soft. While the premise promises plenty of humorous phallic deaths, the schlong here doesn't do much other than fly around and be a general nuisance. All the characters are convinced the flying dong is a threat to their well-being, but in the end, MR. WILLIE comes up short and doesn't get a whole lot of action. Also, unlike real-life wieners, MR. WILLIE simply lasts too long; the film's over 100 minutes long and it starts to get painful by the end.
That's not to say MR. WILLIE is a complete waste of your time. There's still some good laughs to be had, and some drinks can make it a little more tolerable. I definitely had a few chuckles and had an enjoyable time with the ridiculous plot elements, the awful acting and the fun nods to past horror films (a reference to THE FLY is particularly great). So while MR. WILLIE won't leave you screaming with joy, you shouldn't be completely disappointed with your decision the morning after.