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This is a Canadian film even Rob Ford would be embarrassed to watch.
Apparently the Trailer Park Boys have been funny in the past, but you'd never know it from "Swearnet," an incoherent, desperate-feeling effort to branch out.
Canadian comedy hits rock bottom in this abhorrent meta-infomercial for a Funny or Die-like network boasting uncensored online content ...
Here's an indication of how bad the out-of-character Trailer Park Boys' comedy Swearnet: The Movie is: the best thing about it is bottom-drawer Canadian comic Tom Green.
This is Canadian cinema as defiantly ugly and mean as anything churned out from the bowels of callous ol' Hollywood.
It's pure shock-jock sensationalism, with the creative forces behind the movie throwing crap at the wall to see what sticks. That explains why the finished product is such a stinker.
As the story devolves into disagreements, histrionics, and bloody punch-ups, the writing gets lazier and stupider--'You took a load in the face for me?' Ah, but what a load of unfunny, True North s**t we have to eyeball until this movie runs out of steam.
There's dumb. There's dumber. There's dumbest. But Swearnet: The Movie left me dumbfounded.
It just gets sort of stupid. And the movie is too long. But these are minor quibbles.
Swearnet is just a ragged, overlong sizzle reel.
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