Breaking Wind (2012)

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A comedic spoof based on the worldwide phenomenon, The Twilight Saga.




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15 October 2019 | urbaniguana
| It really couldn't be much worse
I write this review as a fan of bad movies in general. I've tried to watch my way through lists of the worst movies ever and thus came upon this film. So please take that into consideration when I say that this movie belongs near the top of my "Most Hated" list. It's worse than the Friedberg/Seltzer parodies and far less creative than anything the Wayans brothers have done. It is truly one of the most demented cultural products I have ever witnessed.

That all of the jokes consist in flatulence, excrement. The viewer is subjected to a 71 minute barrage of content that ranges from the lazy to the outright revolting, such that I am baffled that anyone involved in the production of this movie ever thought anyone might enjoy it. Scene after scene is revealed to be nothing more than the set-up for someone having diarrhea or snot in their nose.

To top it off, the movie concludes by mocking various online videos of Twilight fans gushing about how much they loved Eclipse. At this point, the full enormity of Breaking Wind is clear. No one connected with the making of this movie has any right to criticize Twilight fans for anything. Yes, their fandom is excessive and embarrassing, but I'll take that any day over this movie that revels in its own vulgarity and offensiveness and a filmmaker that takes a cynical delight in assaulting the sensibilities of his audience.

Finally, it's worth noting that if you haven't seen the Twilight films, a decent number of the "jokes" in this movie will be incomprehensible to you. It relies heavily on its audience having watched multiple movies of the Twilight saga, making it unclear exactly who it is trying to reach.

It's not funny, not competent, not creative, and not worth anyone's time watching.

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