Deet 'n Bax Save th' World
Danielle Cage, Weston Cage, Casey A. Weeks, Alan Espasandin (executive), Diablo Dean (supervising) for TruEarth Entertainment
directed by Diablo Dean
starring Jason Mewes, Craig Michaelson, Weston Cage, John Branch, Cassandra Deever, Todd A. Robinson, Lorenzo Antonucci, Jerry Bell jr, Stefanie Vermillion, Andishay Wolvpact Taj, Patrick D. Green, Alix Maria Taulbee, Alan Espasandin, Nancy La Mere, Maria Cedar, Casey A. Weeks, Theresa Bawd, Diego Giovanni Sanchez, Leather StorrsNoah Mickens, Jennise Housel, Martha Santi, Tarisa Thiesen
written by Diablo Dean, Chris Baier, music by Mike Singleton, Shawn Dalton, Bryan Arata
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Deet (Jason Mewes) and Bax (Craig Michaelson) are two slackers of the
stoner variety who have never amounted to anything much, but they have
smoked more weed and jerked off to more porn than most of us combined. But
now they finally want to make something out of themselves - and try to get
a job with drug kingpin Javier (Weston Cage) ... especially when they see
him living with all those beautiful topless girls who give him a blowjob
on demand. Javier thinks the two of them are entirely too stupid for
anything ... and that indeed makes him trust them with a dildo filled with
marihuana superseeds and a briefcase of money. Of course, the first deal
they're in charge of goes awry, but hiding the dildo in Bax's butt when
the cops arrive convinces Javier of their dedication and they get a second
chance ... but are about to blow it when they replace the seeds with
microwave popcorn and turn their apartment into a marihuana plantation.
But before they can feel the wrath of Javier, they are abducted by mad
scientist Horatio (John Branch), who needs them for an experiment where he
infuses them with salmon semen to turn them into superheroes. Now being
superheroes wouldn't be bad by any stretch of imagination - but Horatio
also wants to kill them. So either they die at his hands then or if they'd
succeed to escape (despite their complete inability to plan that
properly), Javier would quite probably make sure their freedom (and life)
doesn't last much longer ...
So ok, Deet 'n Bax Save th'
World isn't exactly the most refined comedy - in fact it's brand of
humour is rather vulgar and on the gross-out side, and many of the jokes
to seem too improvised to get to their full potential ... but this is
definitely a film that scores high on the party flick scale: It's comedy
has a crude vibe to it that corresponds well with intoxicated crowds, the
sight gags are mostly funny despite being gross, and the story, even if
it's a bit incoherent and doesn't make perfect sense, floats along rather
well, and it includes plenty of action and bare boobs to come across the
better the more beers have been consumed.
So for this, grab a few mates
and a few pints, and you should have a fun time!