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Swearnet: The Movie (2014)

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After years of playing the Trailer Park Boys on TV, Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay and Mike Smith decide it is time to stop fucking around and create their own network. A place where balls out comedy is the norm, drinking and drugs are not just accepted but encouraged, and people can fucking talk any way they want to fucking talk. Freed from the constraints of regular TV networks and the dickheads that run them, the Boys can do whatever the fuck they want—news, weather, sports, cock signing, Swearaoke, and epic consumption of whiskey, weed and the occasional hallucinogen. But first, with the help of Pat Roach, Tom Green, and Carrot Top, they must honor the passing of JP’s father, a local racing legend, by crossing the finish line in the East Coast Targa race one last time. Along the way, their friendships are tested as Pat transforms into the foul-mouthed Swearman and Mike becomes a single-minded fuckwad, concerned only with finding fame and fortune in the online world. Will the comedy trio remain intact? Or will they sever all ties and go their separate fucking ways?


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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: September 12th, 2014 (Limited) by Dada Films, released as Swearnet
MPAA Rating: NC-17 for some explicit sexual content, graphic nudity and for language.
(Rating bulletin 2392, 9/23/2015)
Running Time: 112 minutes
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Keywords: Fictionalized Version of Yourself, Censorship, Internet, TV Industry
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Rollercoaster Entertainment, Vortex Words + Pictures, Swearnet
Production Countries: Canada


Mike Smith    Mike Smith
Rob Wells    Robb
John Paul Tremblay    John Paul Trembley
Pat Roach    Swearman
Mishael Morgan    Jamie
Sarah Jurgens    Julie
Shannon Leroux    Rachel
Dana Woods    Logi
Howard Jerome    Trigger (Carl)
Tom Green    Himself
Carrot Top    Himself

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Mike Smith
Screenwriter    John Paul Tremblay
Screenwriter    Robb Wells
Producer    Gary Howsam
Producer    Bill Marks
Producer    Mike Smith
Producer    John Paul Tremblay
Producer    Robb Wells
Executive Producer    Jeff Sackman
Co-Executive Producer    Rick Chad
Associate Producer    Bryon Sievert
Associate Producer    Richard Watson
Composer    Blain Morris
Editor    Christopher Cooper
Director of Photography    Bobby Shore
Production Designer    Nicole Frosst
Costume Designer    Melissa Stewart
Casting Director    Marjorie Lecker

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