After a humiliating false start in Germany's super-secret underground beer competition, America's unlikely team vows to risk life, limb and liver to dominate the ultimate chug-a-lug championship. The laughs are on the haus! MPAA Rating: R (c)2006 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved
In this comedy from the director of The Dukes Of Hazzard, two brothers travel to Germany for Oktoberfest and stumble upon a super-secret, centuries-old competition described as Fight Club with beer games. After the brothers are dealt a humiliating defeat, they return to the U.S. and assemble a group of all-star beer drinkers in order to make a triumphant return to the Beerfest.
A group of slackers living for free in a rock star's mansion suddenly find their lives threatened when the musician decides to sell his pad. The gang comes up with a series of ludicrous and hilarious schemes to stop the sale. From the producers of Beerfest and Super Troopers another hysterically funny comedy starring Nat Faxon, Dave Foley, Olivia Munn, Josh Lawson, Denise Richards, Zoe Boyle, Clifton Collins Jr., Jane Seymour, Kevin Sussman, Warren Hutcherson, Brit Morgan and featuring music by Adam Duritz.
Committed to pranks and a love of syrup, the Super Troopers have turned arrest into an art form and become specialists at screwing with motorist's minds while screwing up on the job. For these highway patrolmen, the only thing better than a good prank is one-upping arch rivals - the Spurbury Local Police. But the town isn't big enough for both police forces. Budget cuts mean one force will have to go, and odds are that means the highway "super" troopers will be the first to go. Aware of the fact that their heads are on the chopping block, the super troopers try to play by the rules until a dead body, a stash of pot and an obscene little monkey enter the scene. They immediately spring into action, but, the local police are also quickly on the case. A race to catch the bad guys ensues as both forces hysterically try to become the local heroes.
The crazy comedy troupe that brought you Super Troopers takes you on a trip that is so outrageously fun, it's murder, in Broken Lizard's Club Dread. At Coconut Pete's Pleasure Island, a sun-kissed, booze-soaked resort, high-spirited comic hijinx are about to meet up with machete-wielding horror. It all starts when a group of fun-seeking young travelers arrive on the island ready to party with the resort's staff, who are there to provide them with every legal form of leisure on earth, and then some. Run by the washed-up pop star Coconut Pete (Bill Paxton), still basking in the fame of his hit '70s single "Pina Colada-Burg," the island provides the ultimate kick-back holiday... that is, until islanders start kicking the bucket.
The Broken Lizard gang is back with The Slammin' Salmon, a rowdy comedy that spends a night in a restaurant of the same name. Boxer Cleon Salmon (Academy-Award®-nominee Michael Clarke Duncan of THE GREEN MILE) owns the swanky eatery and needs to raise fast cash to settle a gambling debt. He challenges his hapless crew to a contest to see who can up-sell the most in order to reach his goal of $20,000 before closing time. Director Kevin Heffernan sets a rapid-fire pace loaded with pratfalls, spit takes, food fights, and bathroom humor. Die-hard Broken Lizard film fans know what they're in for when they watch a Heffernan romp, and The Slammin' Salmon won't disappoint.
When 18-year-old Zora (Long), the daughter of a very independent, single mother and proud African American (Goldberg), learns from a blood test that she is not related to the long-deceased, well-respected black man she had believed to be her parent, she searches a sperm bank's records for her biological father.