Bucky Larson,Born To Be A Star Movie Delivered Hysterical Crude Comedy & More

Bucky Larson,Born To Be A Star Movie Delivered Hysterical Crude Comedy & More

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Bucky Larson,Born To Be A Star Movie delivered hysterical crude comedy & more

Columbia Pictures released their new comedy flick “Bucky Larson: Born To Be A Star.” I just watched it,and I thought it was pretty hysterical and outrageous as Bucky set out to become an adult film star. The movie stars: Nick Swardson, Christina Ricci, Don Johnson,and Stephen Dorff.

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In the flick, buck toothed character Bucky Larson (Nick Swardson) finds out his parents used to be porn stars after checking out an adult flick with his friends and attempting to masturbate. This new revelation,and talking with his parents about it,set into motion,his dream plan of heading to Los Angeles to become a big time porn star.

After Bucky arrived in LA,he quickly befriends a very beautiful girl named Kathy McGee (Christina Ricci) who helps him find a place,while he attempts to become an adult film star. After getting shot down hard from the big player in town Dick Shadow (Stephen Dorff) ,he runs into director Miles Deep (Don Johnson) who gives him a shot at the big time with a different style of porn movies.

From this point,the movie became really silly as Bucky became a huge star from having a small penis and not having sex with any of the girls. It showed a very funny sex scene with Bucky and his girlfriend Kathy.

Towards the end,and awful twist causes Bucky and Kathy to break up,and it capped off with Bucky doing what he needed to do to win his woman back. I thought the movie was hilarious to watch,and filled with tons of one liners.

Funnyman Pauly Shore also made a comical appearance in it,which I enjoyed. Nick Swardson did an obvious good job playing his Saturday Night Live Bucky character. Overall, the movie had a really silly tone to it,almost too silly,but offered very funny moments. It’ll never win an Oscar,but it’s definitely good for a few laughs. I gave the movie a solid C+ grade.Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here.

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