The Junkyard Willie Movie: Lost in Transit (2008)

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the Junkyard Willie Movie: Lost In Transit is a rather raunchy and tasteless independent comedy film based on the Touch-Tone Terrorists prank calls CD's (as heard on Howard Stern and Crank ... See full summary »

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4 January 2011 | rbcp
10
| The best movie I've ever seen in my life!
Fine, okay, I'm exaggerating in the title just a little. I've been a fan of the Touch Tone Terrorists for more than 10 years now. Most of their prank calls are brilliant and, just like the Jerky Boys, RePete created some awesome, lovable characters in his calls - Blade, Willie and JimBob. I was excited to see the movie and watched it with a few friends this week. I was only slightly let down, as I wasn't expecting much from it.

It was a fun movie to watch and I will definitely be watching it again, but probably never again while I'm completely sober. The production seemed flawless. I was constantly amazed with the professional looking sets and props. For a low budget film, it seems like they spared no expense making this movie look great. Every line of the main character's voice was dubbed over and I didn't notice a single discrepancy with the mouth/voice, which was impressive too.

The acting was what I expected. The 3 main characters did an excellent job on their parts, but all the extras were pretty awful. And there were a lot of extras, most of them seeming to be plucked from the sketchiest strip clubs available.

The movie's main problem was the plot. It started out promising as a movie about a bunch of shipping company employees doing wacky things, but eventually went all over the place with each character having their own crazy set of misadventures. It was all fun to watch and I admit that I laughed a lot, but after awhile it seemed like it was just a bunch of bad SNL skits all strung together that would never end. I know it's stupid to complain about the plot in a movie like this, but I'm doing it anyway.

All in all, it was a fun movie and I'm sure I'll see it again. I can't imagine anyone who's not into the Touch Tone Terrorist prank calls "getting" this movie, so be sure to at least go to the TTT website and listen to all the hilarious prank calls clips. If the prank calls make you laugh, then you should be able to appreciate most of the humor in this movie too.

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