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Big Helium Dog (1999)

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This movie was never officially released--even on DVD, in fact the complete film is nowhere to be found. It is a lost film. See more »

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Charlie: Chastity, how could you have anything important to say? You're a girl.
Chastity: Oh, that's right, sometimes I forget.
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Blatantly In-Offensive Review
17 September 2003 | by See all my reviews

I will admit this comedy isn't for everyone. I thoroughly enjoyed it, but based on some of the reactions already posted here, there are those who just didn't get it. If you enjoyed any of Brian Lynch's comics, you'll definitely enjoy this film, the comedy is in the same vein. So if you want to know what kind of randomness you're getting yourself into, read some of his other stuff.

Of everything that I saw at Vulgarthon, this and the ANP cartoon were the best by far, just by the sheer fact that I couldn't stop laughing. That's all you need in a comedy.

That and an audience with a sense of humor.


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