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ee03413ba2 Chuck Peterson is a young slacker with big dreams. Disowned by his family and ignored by his peers, he diligently pursues his dreams of writing a fantastic children's book to become famous and strike it rich. But due to a bipolar disorder and lack of creative talent, he slums his way through life relying on small time scams to keep himself afloat. When his gangster roommate makes him an offer he can't refuse, Chuck immediately takes the chance to clear himself of all his debts. But things go from bad to worse when the plan makes Chuck a prime murder suspect among a plethora of pornographers and terrorists!
"The Big Sleaze" is a politically incorrect laugh fest that never tries to take itself too seriously. The plot revolves around a disgruntled scam artist whose one inspiration in life is to publish a kid's book. It is ironic that he is so interested in marketing to kids since he rips one off at the beginning of the film. What follows is a mishmash of unrealistic, but hysterical misadventures including run-in's with a Schwarzenegger sounding "rousler," a pair of gay Asian snuff film makers, a terrorist who wants to blow up Disneyland, and a bitchy ex-girlfriend. In some ways, the film reminded me very much of "The Hangover," but with a much lower budget. Some great animation work from Chad Kaplan appears intermittently throughout the film. The animation adds to the lunacy of the film as a whole. Probably the most memorable scene in the film for me involved the poop on the face moment stemming from an overly clogged toilet. Mickey Mouse disappearing into a sea of flames came in a close second. The gunfight at the end of the film was well done for a small budget film, but I found it amazing that so many "bad guys" don't know how to shoot straight. This film is a guilty pleasure. If you are easily offended, you will probably want to stay away from it.
You know, with Fredianelli&#39;s continuous evolution as a filmmaker, certain tropes have become rather apparent. That&#39;s not to say that his flicks are indistinguishable from each other, but let&#39;s take the last three films. All three have a similar character arc for the Fredianelli-lead, all point to the (ever-growing) rhythms of hopeless, desperation, and nihilism, and the camp humor and violence abound to a greater or lesser extent in all three. <br/><br/>In short, Fredianelli&#39;s something of an auteur, but I feel somewhat privileged in viewing The Big Sleaze because it&#39;s a joke that maybe only 10 people will be in on. As much as it fits with all of the A Wild Dogs Production Presents flicks since A Bird in the Bush, it&#39;s as much a throwback to the 30-50 minute shorts that the director cut his teeth on from 2005-8, shorts that reveled in the insane and campy to such a degree as to be alienating to most viewers. That&#39;s not to say that these flicks are tame, but in comparison to the old stuff, they&#39;re accessible. <br/><br/>In this sense, The Big Sleaze is a great mash-up of Wild Dogs tropes old and new, but I think what really marks this new effort as a high water mark for Fredianelli is that it almost balances every one of his previous cinematic obsessions (the only one missing is racism) into a single product that presents one of the most drastic renderings of his descent-into- complete-nihilistic-insanity narratives. <br/><br/>That&#39;s not to say it&#39;s completely su

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