Hollywood comedian and actor Pauly Shore loses everything: his house, nobody in Hollywood wants to represent him, he moves back home with his mom and is now parking cars at The Comedy Store. Then one night when he's up in his mom's loft, a dead famous comedian appears who tells Pauly to kill himself cause he'll go down as a comedic genius who died before his time. Pauly then fakes his own death, and the media goes crazy. Celebrities are talking about him on MTV and girls are fighting over him on Jerry Springer. It's everything that he wanted. His plan worked. A week or so later, the L.A.P.D. is tipped off about his whereabouts and they break down the door of the seedy motel room in which he's hiding out and throw him in Los Angeles County's celebrity wing.
Hollywood will never be the same.
January 2003 (USA)
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Also Known As:
You'll Never Wiez in This Town Again
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Opening Weekend USA: $11,000,
19 September 2004
Gross USA: $11,000
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $11,000
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
When Pauly and Kirk are driving through Los Angeles, a billboard for Red Planet
is in the background. This scene is set in 1997, and that movie was released in 2000. See more
Is there a part in there for me? Hey, is there a part in there for me?
After the credits we see Verne Troyer partying with the Dahm Triplets. See more
Mood Track Number 1,2,3
Written and Performed by Andrew Grush
(as Andy Grush) See more