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People are just finding out about unhinged comedy movie with star studded cast

People are just finding out about unhinged comedy movie with star studded cast

It's over 10 years old but people are only discovering it now

In the age of streaming, it's very easy to miss out on certain movies here and there - I mean, the possibilities nowadays are endless.

With numerous streaming platforms to choose from with thousands of movies to go through, it is possible that some (or most) slip through the cracks.

But there is one particular film following the golden age of comedy films (the 2000s) that seems to have gone unnoticed by many in the years following its release.

Halle Berry stars in the hit comedy film.
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It is a unique movie to say the least, featuring 14 different stories, each headed by a different director to make the anthology comedy.

The movie is star-studded too, featuring A-listers such as Hugh Jackman, Kate Winslet, Halle Berry, Chris Pratt, and even the likes of Chloë Grace Moretz and Jeremy Allen White before their big breaks.

There are several other stars that make appearances in the film too, which only had a budget of $6 million (£4.7 million).

Released in 2013, the outlandish comedy featured several odd and sometimes disturbing scenes in the name of comedy that some viewers found to be too much, but it has gained a cult following.

The film is called Movie 43, and you can view the Green Band trailer below:

Released in 2013, Movie 43 did not live up to box office expectations in its early stages in the slightest.

With a score of just five percent on Rotten Tomatoes, it's fair to say that critics and the general public weren't the biggest fans.

Despite this though, by the end of its run, it grossed over $32.4 million (£25.4 million) at the box office internationally.

Certain gags such as Hugh Jackman having a literal ballsack hanging off his chin or Gerard Butler being a little person didn't hit home as well as directors of the film may have hoped.

The film has not been remembered fondly by many, but with many outrageous moments like those, it was bound to find its audience.

Without its mainstream support though, it isn't available on any major streaming platforms at the time of writing.

Kate Winslet is one of the stars in the film.
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Users have been quick to comment on the movie and share their opinions, specifically on the scene featuring Jackman's ballsack chin, on X, formerly Twitter.

One user said: "I forgot this movie even existed. Movie 43 for anybody inexplicably interested."

A second stated: "I'll never see Wolverine the same way again."

A third put: "This is too much lmao."

Another posted: "Ohh, this is the wrong timing. I’ve lost my appetite for breakfast."

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Topics: Hugh Jackman, TV and Film, Social Media