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FUBAR II (2010)

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Synopsis

Headbanger relics Dean and Terry are back in the '86 Cutlass Supreme, flat of beer in the trunk, heading to Fort McMurray, Alberta in search of sweet cash from working on the pipelines. The story starts in Calgary where the boys are tired of trying to give’r while barely scraping by, when their old buddy and party leader, Tron hooks them up with jobs in Fort McMurray. Before long they are rolling in dough and good times. Flush with money and confidence, Terry starts dating Trish, a local waitress, and things get serious in a hurry. Meanwhile, Dean is playing up the part of the cancer survivor, and upon hearing about the glories of workers' compensation, purposely bungs up his leg in an attempt to qualify. When Terry moves in with Trish, Dean does his best to save his buddy from swapping the banger life for domestic captivity.

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: October 1st, 2010 (Limited) by Alliance Films (Canada)
International Releases: October 1st, 2010 (Limited) (Canada)
MPAA Rating: R for pervasive language, sexual content, drug use and crude behavior.
(Rating bulletin 2156, 1/26/2011)
Running Time: 85 minutes
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Keywords: Mockumentary, Delayed Adulthood
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Celluloid Nightmares, FU2 Prods, Cardinal Film Inc, Busted Tranny Productions, Telefilm Canada, Alliance Films

Cast

   Terry
   Dean
Terra Hazelton    Trish
Andy Sparacino    Tron
Gordon Skilling    Farrel
S.C. Lim    Dr. S.C. Lim

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    Shirley Vercruysse
Producer    George Baptist
Producer    Jennifer Wilson
Producer    Michael Dowse
Producer    Dave Lawrence
Producer    Paul J. Spence
Executive Producer    Mark Slone
Director   
Screenwriter    Dave Lawrence
Screenwriter    Paul J. Spence
Screenwriter    Michael Dowse

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