Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie Reviews

Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie


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Release Date :

March 02, 2012 (Limited)

MPAA Rating :


Director :

Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim

Starring :

Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim, Zach Galifianakis, Robert Loggia, Jeff Goldblum, Will Forte, William Atherton, Erica Durance, Bob Odenkirk

REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.    Readers  Be the 1st!

3 of 5

“..wildly uneven, astoundingly puerile and pretty goddamned funny..”
by Justin Strout [Orlando Weekly]
Review rate : A-

“..there's nothing normal about this film, other than it vaguely has a beginning, a middle and an end..”
by Amanda Mae Meyncke [Film.com]
1 of 4

“..there are unsightly couplings in a sex shop, and a terribly bloody, cheesy shootout that leaves many a cast member without his head..”
by Steven Rea [Philadelphia Inquirer]
“..the film is so much of a good thing one starts to wonder if the thing is good in the first place..”
by John DeFore [Hollywood Reporter]
“..plot is irrelevant..”
by Glenn Whipp [Los Angeles Times]
2.5 of 4

“..it's standard sitcom stuff, and if homeopathic remedies by way of coprophilia aren't your idea of comedy, you'd best steer clear of this shit..”
by Brett Michel [Boston Phoenix]
“..it reminded me of The Jerky Boys Movie. Not right for film..”
by Fred Topel [Crave Online]
Review rate : B+

“..it makes a virtue of going way too far because other comedies don't go far enough..”
by Nathan Rabin [AV Club]
“..if it matches neither in anarchic imagination, Heidecker and Wareheim should still be applauded for pure destructive impulse, the healthy urge of this sick movie..”
by Aaron Hillis [Village Voice]
“..has that those others lacked are the many sexually outre, scatological and degrading moments that seem intended to shock -- and perhaps will, if you're really young or really old..”
by John Anderson [Variety]
1 of 5

“..gross-out humor and THE CONSTANT SCREAMING get tiring..”
by Joe Neumaier [New York Daily News]
3 of 4

“..freakishly pay homage to the era's cinematic and TV styles while also calling goofy attention to the storyline's randomness-is-king stupidity..”
by Nick Schager [Slant Magazine]
3 of 5

“..fans will love the funny and subversive moments; anyone who didn't "get" them premakeover may simply feel like they've been sitting in a "brown bath" for 93 minutes..”
by Matthew Love [Time Out New York]
“..even with the more traditional story arc, Tim and Eric's style still favors short bursts of surrealism and self-contained set-pieces..”
“..can be shockingly and terribly hilarious. Or not..”
by Ethan Gilsdorf [Boston Globe]

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45 YEARS :

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by Peter Bradshaw [The Guardian]


“..A Walk in the Woods is a jolly good time, sparking dozens of chuckles and a few strong laughs. Nothing special cinematically, it still provides a welcome showcase for wonderful star..”
by Todd McCarthy [Hollywood Reporter]


“..are so heavy on broad pulpit pounding that it's challenging to get swept along by the story's message..”
by Tom Russo [Boston Globe]


“..on all counts, "Zipper" comes up short..”
by Katharine Pushkar [NY Daily News]


“..feels like an homage to the early work of Wes Anderson with its plinky soundtrack, solipsistic banter and emphasis on uniforms..”
by Sara Stewart [New York Post]


“..it feels like amateur hour, but for fans of low-rent thrills it's kind of fun..”
by Soren Andersen [Seattle Times]


“..rich with tone but otherwise lacking bite..”
by Jordan Hoffman [NY Daily News]


“..a highly effective tale of terror that does a nice job of setting an unsettling tone from the onset and very rarely lets up until the film's conclusion..”
by Heather Wixson [Dailydead]


“..obviously "#Lucky Number" will not appeal to everyone but for those that do find it entertaining, they will not be disappointed..”
by James McDonald [Irish Film Critic]


“..the dramatic tension considerably less, in a movie that feels stranded somewhere between serious artistic ambition and the dystopian franchise-building of "The Hunger Games," "Divergent," et al..”
by Scott Foundas [Variety]