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A Quick Tip by cyclone_march

  • Oct 22, 2010
Meh ... its an ok f**king documentary. At least it dispels the idiotic notion that it is an acronym for being forced to have sex by order ot he king (how f**king stupid).
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Quick Tip by . November 29, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Meh ... its an ok f**king documentary. At least it dispels the idiotic notion that it is an acronym for being forced to have sex by order of he king (how f**king stupid).
review by . June 18, 2009
posted in Movie Hype
It's clearly hard to write a review of this movie, why, well it's about a word that is specifically banned in Amazon's reviews. We're left to the euphimisms they mentioned in the movie.     All kidding aside, the first half of this film is remarkably good. It's well put together and makes a lot of sense. Just after the couple simulating sex at the rock festival in Europe, the film just becomes repetitive and boring.     The movie is a classic talking head …
review by . May 29, 2007
"F**K: A Documentary"    What Did You Say?    Amos Lassen and Cinema Pride    Probably the last thing any of us ever expected to see a movie about is the word "f**k". Well, here it is and it stars among others Pat Boone, Ben Bradlee, and Drew Carey. Sam Donaldson, Janeane Gorafalo, Ron Jeremy, Alanis Morisette, Hunter S. Thompson and many others. They al come together to discuss the word. Steve Anderson gives us a documentary of interviews, …
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F**K explores how this one syllable word has completely permeated the English language, yet is still widely held to be obscene. Through film and television clips, original animation, and the insight of scholars, linguists, comedians, actors, and writers including Pat Boone, Drew Carey, Billy Connolly, Janeane Garofolo, Ron Jeremy, Miss Manners, Bill Maher, Alanis Morrisette, Kevin Smith, the late Hunter S. Thompson and many more, F**K examines the colorful history of its namesake. Even people who do "it" for a living are interviewed, as we discover what it is about this word that both unites and divides English speaking people.
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DVD Release Date: February 13, 2007
Runtime: 90 minutes
Studio: THINKFILM

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