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Beerfest
- Jay Chandrasekhar

Overview - With a title that insures against accusations of false advertising, BEERFEST is a raunchy and genial amalgamation of ANIMAL HOUSE, STRANGE BREW, FIGHT CLUB, and every clichéd sports film ever made. Written by and starring comedy troupe Broken Lizard (SUPER TROOPERS, CLUB DREAD) and directed by Lizard member Jay Chandrasekhar, the film is unapologetically sophomoric, never missing a chance for a belch, flatulence, bared breasts, or Cloris Leachman doing lewd things with a sausage.  Read more...

 
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Overview

With a title that insures against accusations of false advertising, BEERFEST is a raunchy and genial amalgamation of ANIMAL HOUSE, STRANGE BREW, FIGHT CLUB, and every clichéd sports film ever made. Written by and starring comedy troupe Broken Lizard (SUPER TROOPERS, CLUB DREAD) and directed by Lizard member Jay Chandrasekhar, the film is unapologetically sophomoric, never missing a chance for a belch, flatulence, bared breasts, or Cloris Leachman doing lewd things with a sausage. After the death of their bar-owning German grandfather (Donald Sutherland), Jan (Paul Soter) and Todd (Erik Stolhanske) Wolfhouse must travel to Munich to scatter his ashes. Fortunately for them, it's Oktoberfest, but the brothers aren't there very long before they embarrass themselves at a public celebration and find themselves at Beerfest, an annual international underground beer-guzzling competition. When they compete, they are disgraced by their German cousins, the Von Wolfhausens--headed by father Jurgen Prochnow--who claim that the Wolfhouses' late grandfather stole a beer recipe from them many years before. Jan and Todd return home to train for next year's competition, incorporating into their team a few old college pals--male prostitute Barry (Chandrasekhar), burly Landfill (Kevin Heffernan), and science nerd Fink (Steve Lemme). For BEERFEST to work, it's imperative that viewers find humor in exaggerated German accents. Cloris Leachman appears to be enjoying throwing all comic caution to the wind, and Prochnow gets to lampoon DAS BOOT in a funny sequence. Big, sloppy, and ridiculous--compliments in this case--all apply to the third Broken Lizard feature, which is sure to burp its way into every fraternity house film library until the world ends.

Cast List

Nat Faxon - Star, BEERFEST, (2006)
Gunter Schlierkamp - Fitness Instructor
Paul Soter - Actor, SUPER TROOPERS (2001)
Willie Nelson - American Singer/Songwriter
Cloris Leachman - Phyllis of TV's "Phyllis" & "Mary Tyler Moore Show"
Donald Sutherland - Canadian Actor
Will Forte - Actor, AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS (2004)
Bill Gerber - Producer, AMERICAN OUTLAWS (2001)
Richard Perello - Producer, SUPER TROOPERS (2001)
Kevin Heffernan
Eric Christian Olsen - Star, THE LAST KISS (2006)
Erik Stolhanske - Actor, SUPER TROOPERS (2001)
Jürgen Prochnow - German Actor
Juergen Prochnow - German Actor
Michael Buegg - Producer, BEERFEST, (2006)
William Fay
Clark Hunter - Production Designer
Lee Haxall - Editor, BEERFEST (2006)
Frank DeMarco
Steve Lemme - Actor, SUPER TROOPERS (2001)
Ralf Mueller - Star, BEERFEST, (2006)
Nathan Barr - Composer
Jay Chandrasekhar - Actor, BEHIND THE SUN (2001)
Thomas Tull - Executive Producer, SUPERMAN RETURNS (2006)
Tricia Gray - Costume Designer, BEERFEST (2006)

 
Details
    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 112
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 085391102076
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rating: Unrated
  • Release Date: September 2010

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Movies > Comedies

Related Keywords:
Family Interaction
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Germany
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Reviews:
"It's R-rated puerility for actual immature grown-ups....Bet on this: These guys did their own stunts." -- Grade: B+ - 09/01/2006 Entertainment Weekly, p.54

 
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