DVD Dirty Movie

DVD Dirty Movie
DVD Dirty Movie
Run time: 91 min
Rating: 3.0
Genres: Comedy
Director: Jerry Daigle, Christopher Meloni
Writers: Alan Donnes, Tanner Colby
Stars: Emily Donahoe, Christopher Meloni, Diane Neal
An outrageous cut-rate producer, Charlie LaRue (Christopher Meloni) is about to fulfill his lifelong dream to make a movie about the most offensive, dirtiest jokes ever told. As Charlie and his filmmaking team hilariously struggle to write a script and assemble their award-winning cast, the movie-within-a-movie emerges with one dirty joke after another. Only one can take the crown for writing the dirtiest joke ever told and Charlie will do whatever he can to be that king. Written by Elizabeth, Marketing Manager
Plot Keywords: dirty joke, masturbation, national lampoon series, sketch comedy
Country: USA
Release Date: 15 February 2011 (USA)
Box Office
Budget: $1,150,000 (estimated)


  1. A man with a dream of making a movie with only dirty jokes (Meloni) goes to the head of National Lampoon (Klein) to get it made. It seems like forever ago when National Lampoon was in it's glory days (Animal House, Vacation). The last 10 or so have been pretty bad, this is the best one they have made since the original "Van Wilder". There is nothing to this movie but dirty joke after dirty joke acted out, for example there is a kid playing "little Johnny", etc…. A lot of the jokes are very offensive but I could not stop laughing. The best way to watch is in parts…after 20 min it loses its appeal becoming to repetitive, but I actually found it funny and if you are looking for a movie you don't have to thing about and just watch, then this is a good choice. I give it a B-.

    Would I watch again? – Yes – With some of my friends who haven't seen it.

  2. National Lampoon's Dirty Movie is so simple that from the opening 10-15 minutes you can decide whether or not you're going to like or loathe it. It's just a series of dirty and/or politically incorrect jokes strung together into a film with a flimsy story strand woven throughout about the people trying to get the film made (led by Christopher Meloni, in a hilarious turn). That's it.

    So we get the bar jokes, the paedophile priest jokes, doctor jokes, "little johnny" jokes and plenty of other types of gags that would get you funny looks from polite society if you told them at the dinner table. But that's the point here, you're NOT sitting round a dinner table. You should be watching this movie with a few beers and a few friends, laughing and then trying to look suitable shamefaced while still smirking.

    The movie does what it sets out to do brilliantly and, with the comments running throughout by the people "making" the film, it also makes itself pretty critic-proof by highlighting the universal appeal of all kinds of comedy and the moral double-standards that many have in the face of humour that is, after all, subjective no matter how safe or dubious the content.

    It's pure, it's bound to offend many and it's a heck of a lot of fun.

  3. This movie has one purpose, to make you laugh at dirty jokes. That is the soul purpose of this movie and that is all it does, but it does it well. Sure you could listen to a stand-up comic tell the same jokes, but watching jokes be acted out as a movie is a fresh idea. So if you like stand-up comedy, you'll love this movie.

    Basically this movie is about a guy who wants to make a movie about jokes that we as people all tell each other, you know the kind of jokes that could get you fired from your job because the joke is so offencive (yaa you know the kind). So the guy starts making the movie and we get to watch all the dirty jokes being acted out… Simple for sure, but it will affectively keep a grin on your face for the more part of the movie, and yes you will have a ton of new jokes to tell and stun all your friends with.

  4. What a piece of DUSTBIN!

    I too watched this all the way thru, basically because i admire Chris Meloni and thought-foolishly -that there would be some point emerge by the end. More fool me!

    I wonder about Chris Meloni's involvement. After all those years on SVU and also OZ. I found myself wondering about the child actor involved in this trash. Where do they find these kids that say such foul language- does anybody care about the long term effects?

    I prefer the kids in The Narnia chronicles.

    IT did not bring a smile or a chuckle to my face. The nudity is all female and one wonders about the exploitation of women. Don't waste your time-there is NOTHING worth while about this piece of trash.

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