by • January 17, 2012 • Blu-Ray, ReviewComments (0)137


 R for crude and sexual content throughout, pervasive language and some graphic nudity
Studio: Image Entertainment
MSRP: $29.99, but Amazon has it for $26.97
Running Time: 98 minutes

What’s Going On?

When the Bluecocks of Pulham University lose their head coach to a heart attack, it’s time for them to shake up the program by bringing in controversial head coach Rick Vice (Andy Dick). Vice is a foul-mouthed, racist and abusive head coach. One that instills fear into his players with his effeminate voice, and pulverizingly brutal language. But will the Bluecocks get it together in order to save the football program from being distinguished?

Who’s In It:

A reunion of sorts for a lot of the MadTV cast in addition to Andy Dick, Adam Corolla, and director-writer-editor Marshall Cook who plays the quarterback.

If You Like…:

Raunchy and racist movies. It’s barely a sports movie so those who love sports don’t necessarily need to seek this out. Also Andy Dick fans would love this. I just hope one of the five of them is reading this.

Special Features:

  • Commentary with Writer-Actor Andy Dick and Writer-Director-Actor-Editor Marshall Cook: About the only interesting thing about this documentary is how unprofessionally it was done. (They had to buy a ps3 in order to watch the blu-ray and did so in a hotel)
  • Outtakes: Most of these are actually in the closing credits of the film.
  • Deleted/Extended Scenes: It’s more of the type of humor that’s in the film so if you liked it, you should watch these.
  • Trailer: The trailer actually isn’t bad. It’s what made me think this was gonna be a decent movie.
The Technical Gist:

Video codec: MPEG-4 AVC
Video resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: 1.78:1
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1

A decent quality presentation for a pretty lackluster film.

The Verdict

If you couldn’t already tell from my glowingly positive words, I really hated this film. Not even gonna bother with much of an explanation. SKIP IT

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