Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie


Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie

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Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie is on a gleeful quest to repulse audiences, but sometimes less is more with this sketchy duo.



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An all new feature film from the twisted minds of cult comedy heroes Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim (Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job)! Tim and Eric are given a billion dollars to make a movie, but squander every dime... and the sinister Schlaaang corporation is pissed. Their lives at stake, the guys skip town in search of a way to pay the money back. When they happen upon a chance to rehabilitate a bankrupt mall full of vagrants, bizarre stores and a man-eating wolf that stalks the food court, they see dollar signs-a billion of them. Featuring cameos from Awesome Show regulars and some of the biggest names in comedy today! -- (C) Magnet Releasing

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William Atherton
as Earle Swinter
Jeff Goldblum
as Chef Goldblum
Robert Loggia
as Tommy Schlaaang
Ray Wise
as Dr. Doon Struts
Erica Durance
as Paris Waitress
Bill A. Jones
as Serious Announcer
Bob Odenkirk
as Schlaaang Announcer
Frank Slaten
as Super Seat Customer
Ronnie Rodriguez
as Diamond Jim/Johnny Depp
Nancy Stelle
as Woman on Paris Street
Jean-Michel Richaud
as Paris Policeman
Marilyn Porayko
as Woman Being Ticketed
Michael Gross
as Narrator
Kristopher Logan
as Studio Executive 1
Andy Spencer
as Studio Executive 2
Christopher Guckenberger
as Studio Executive 3
Mary Bly
as Mrs. Heidecker
Lillian Adams
as Mrs. Wareheim
Jay Mawhinney
as Bartender
as Tattoo Artist
Harry Elmayan
as Delivery Man
Ted Neubauer
as Man on Street
Dena Roe
as Woman on Street
Kimberly Ables Jindra
as Woman Giving Birth
Doug Foster
as Customer
Noah Spencer
as Jeffrey
Rae Sunshine Lee
as Shrim Dancer
Palmer Scott
as Large Man
Mobin Khan
as El Hat Proprietor
James Quall
as Himself
Cole Carl Mangham
as Shrim Kid #1
Joshua Briscoe
as Shrim Kid #4
Gabe Bartalos
as Wolf Puppeteer
Howie Slater
as Steven Spielberg
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After watching many of their skits through the years, I was very anticipated to see "Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie," but I must say, that even though I had a blast watching this movie, it is nothing compared to the hilarity of their show. This film gives them an actual plot which takes you out a bit, because their shows has all been about randomness. To be honest, I do not even think a feature film was necessary, but it was inevitable I guess. The writing in this film almost seem absent at times, which is fine, because that is pretty much what their show is, but the jokes are very hit and miss. Since everything in this film was intentional, I will give them major props in pulling it all off. I am not a huge fan of this film, but I really enjoy these guys!

KJ Proulx
KJ Proulx

Super Reviewer

Cult TV comedians Tim & Eric are given a billion dollars to try to make a movie, squander it on hairdos and personal assistants, then try to make up the balance for their vicious corporate backers by rehabilitating an abandoned shopping mall overrun by wolves. Tim & Eric's awkward brand of meta-humor is often fascinating, but the mean-spirited grossout jokes clash with and ultimately overwhelm the clever avant-garde jokes, making the movie something of a missed opportunity for the absurdist comedy cause. John Waters would approve, however.

Greg S
Greg S

Super Reviewer


Tries too hard to be a movie, and forgets to do exactly what makes the show so great - forgoing conventional structure of any kind. As a result, Billion Dollar Movie is incredibly unfunny and woefully boring.

Sam Barnett
Sam Barnett

Super Reviewer


The list of adjectives that this film inspires is long: immature, stupid, dumb, juvenile, spastic, revolting, incongruous, nihilistic, garbage...but in a good way. Tim and Eric step out of the shadow of their tremendously nerdy and semi-popular show on Adult Swim. With a thoughtless script and a moorless decision to forgo their usual style, the film is a bland imitation of lesser comedies. Most of this instead hinges on our two protagonists, Tim and Eric. Both are interesting, creepy heroes, with their own seamless comedy, but they couldn't hold the massive responsibility of what this film requires. It's in the same vein as the adapted Reno 911! film, but with much more freedom now that they are away from television. Most of the hideous plot is nicely covered by a set of out of this world hilarious celebrity cameos from such greats as Zach Galifanakis as a fake guru, Will Ferrell as a crazed mall owner, and John C. Reilly as a gimpy invalid janitor who becomes the twosome's best friend and guinea pig. What I can say about it, in a positive way, is that it's surprising in places, and all for the right reasons. Certain important people die, cameos seem to be cut shorter than need be, love interests are far less clichà (C)d, even for the dumb comedy genre that this falls into, and it works well most of the time. Though it wasn't all too funny, not too interesting or smart, it did have its moments, its cavalcade of cameos and some strong jokes here and there, mostly cemented between gross out gags and mindless idiocy. It's best to watch their show beforehand, or Check It Out!, which is another one of their shows with John C. Reilly, which is their best work. (I think anyway.) Good for a mindless hour and a half at best.

Spencer S.
Spencer S.

Super Reviewer

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