The Darwin Awards (2006)

R   |    |  Adventure, Comedy, Romance

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To investigate bizarre insurance claims that transpired in either accidents, death or both, a former cop and an insurance investigator travel throughout the country to look at the cases up close.

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  • Brad Hunt at an event for The Darwin Awards (2006)
  • Winona Ryder and Joseph Fiennes in The Darwin Awards (2006)
  • Winona Ryder and Joseph Fiennes in The Darwin Awards (2006)
  • Finn Taylor at an event for The Darwin Awards (2006)
  • Winona Ryder in The Darwin Awards (2006)
  • Joseph Fiennes at an event for The Darwin Awards (2006)

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31 August 2007 | Seamus2829
| Stupid Is As Stupid Does
This is obviously one of those quirky "indie" films that somehow manages to slip down the cracks & is quickly forgotten, until it turns up in video shops to quietly gather dust on some obscure shelf in the corner. This is one of those examples. The film proposes to make known the fatal examples of those idiots that try stupid stunts (kind of like the case studies in either of the 'Jackass' films). About the only different thing about this is the fact that the stunts are not real, and there's something of a plot line about an ex cop (Joseph Finnes), turned insurance investigator, who is obsessed about the actions of these mental dwarfs who seem to have a thing for acting really dumb. Wynonna Ryder has some nice time as a fellow investigator,who is on board to find out pretty much the same. There is an unnecessary romance subplot going on that only manages to pad the film out. The film does, however manage to get some nice screen time with some juicy cameos from the likes of Chris Penn (his last film before his unfortunate death some time ago),John Doe (from the L.A. punk band X),legendary Beat era poet & publisher Lawrence Ferlingetti,performance artist/writer Josh Kornbluth,and even Metal Gods, Metallica. Despite this,this is a 3rd tier film that may do o.k. as a late night film (if there are any cinemas that still screen midnight flicks),but it won't lose anything if viewed on the small screen.

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