R | | Comedy
A kid from the Midwest moves out to Hollywood in order to follow in his parents footsteps, and become a porn star.
Swardson defended Bucky Larson in an October 2011 interview, in which he blamed its poor financial showing on the difficulties of advertising the material: "To promote an R-rated movie, with commercials, with this character, it was just really, really hard. It was hard to get the movie across to people. The trailer in theaters was really tame because we couldn't show any of the insanity, and even if we did it, it wouldn't hit because it had no context. It was just really frustrating." He predicted the film would find more appreciation on DVD. Swardson also dismissed the negative reviews. "I knew the critics were going to bury us because of the acting, how it was written and directed, none of those reviewers was psyched to see Bucky Larson and laugh. They go in with the mentality 'fuck these guys for making another movie.' They go in there to kind of headhunt. It makes me laugh because it's just so embarrassing. It makes them look like such morons."
Nothing grows in my crotch shade. Nothing.
at 22 minutes in, Bucky is in the bushes, the cookie he's holding changes shape over and over.
$1,415,023 (USA) (11 September 2011)
$2,331,318 (USA) (18 September 2011)
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