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Bowser Makes a Movie (2005)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 9 July 2005 (USA)
Failed student and perpetual job loser Bowser has always wanted to direct a gay porn film. His parents think it's ridiculous, so Bowser has to figure a way to raise the money for the film himself, which he does, with farcical results.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nick Lewis ...
Bowser
Kevin Viol ...
Adam
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Dwight Langley (as Matt Pletcher)
Jeanne Scurek ...
Sylvia Langley
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Helen Belami
Mathew Goldman ...
Anthonty Belami (as Matthew Goldman)
Peter Marinelli ...
Helm
Brian Campbell ...
JJ
Michael Miro ...
David
Craig R. Lewis ...
Film Teacher (Mr. Lenz)
Christina Thodos ...
Secretary (Jolene)
David Dolce ...
Office Boy 1
Alonso Aguilera ...
Office Boy 2
David Kruas ...
Office Dude 3 (as Big Dave Kraus)
Martina Gull ...
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Bowser, who manages to get fired from every possible job, has decided to pursue his life dream...to make an adult film. Bowser's father, a retired military special forces officer, has something to say about that: NO! Bowser then mortgages his parents home by disguising himself as his own father, just to lose the money to a nun on a train! Next, his buddy Adam gets the cash from a gangster loan shark, and Bowser almost gets to make his movie. Unfortunately, Bowser gets caught by his parents, who decided to come back earlier, followed by the gangsters who want their money back. Written by Toby Ross

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Some people will do anything to get a movie made!

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The characters names for the Belami's are based on a well known gay porn production company, Bel Ami Video. See more »

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References Reign of Terror (1949) See more »

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it is what it is
29 June 2009 | by See all my reviews

I am not too sure where on stand after finishing watching the film. Was it the best acting and directing, no it was not. But I certainly was amused by the movie, and most definitely shocked by the ending, how could I not laugh, it lifted my spirits.

But the movie, like the goal of any was to tell a story, and it did though as sped up and fictitious as can be. I do not feel in the least that time was wasted watching it. I'm sure the writers and director had fun shooting it. I had fun watching it. It's not in my top 10, but not the worst movie I've ever seen.

It's innocent and enjoyable, and I didn't feel at any point of the movie that it was trying to be pretentious or anything else then it was, which is more then can be said for most Hollywood films.

Props!!


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