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Genre Comedy
Running Time 97 min
Release Date Jan 25, 2013
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Movie 43

An outrageous new ensemble comedy starring some of the biggest names in Hollywood. Movie 43 is not for the easily-offended and contains jaw-dropping, sometimes shockingly disturbing, but always entertaining intertwined storylines you'll have to see to believe.

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http://www.boston.com/ae/movies/2013/01/28/movie-s - Boston.com - Ty Burr

The movie’s framing plot, about an insane movie producer (Dennis Quaid) pitching these stories to a horrified studio executive (Greg Kinnear), isn’t much better. Less low points would have to include the fake PSA about toddlers who work in vending machines, a silly but enthusiastic love scene between a supermarket check-out clerk (Kieran Culkin) and his girlfriend (Stone), and a teenage girl (Chloe Grace Moretz) experiencing her first menstruation in a worst-case scenario involving her middle school boyfriend (Jimmy Bennett), his older brother (Christopher Mintz-Plasse), and their clueless dad (Patrick Warburton). That last is the lone sketch written and directed by women (Elizabeth Wright Shapiro and actress Elizabeth Banks, respectively), and it makes a difference.

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(no rating) 1/24/2013 - Boston.com - Mark Shanahan

Fans of the Farrelly brothers have come to expect a certain level of outrageousness in their films, whether it’s Ben Stiller’s zipper issue in “There’s Something About Mary” or that heavyset fellow who defecates in a sand trap in “Hall Pass.” But all bets are off in “Movie 43,” a series of loosely related shorts produced and partially directed by Peter Farrelly (Bobby Farrelly was not involved in this project). The film, which opens today, has a dozen different writers and directors, and a cast that includes the likes of Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Emma Stone, Gerard Butler, Kate Winslet, and Elizabeth Banks. “Movie 43” is also rated R for reasons that, depending on your taste in comedy, will either amuse or appall.

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