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More Moron Movies
More Moron Movies (1986)
Creative Work
  • Director:
    Len Cella
  • Category:
  • Writer:
    Len Cella
  • Time:
    49min
  • Year:
    1986
A collection of over 150 amateurish, bizarre, and occasionally naughty short subjects. Each lasts only a few seconds, and almost all star Len Cella, presumably the 'Moron' of the title. Includes: "Broccoli Abuse", "TV Stealing Contest", "First Yogurt Sales Meeting", "Superman at the Psychiatrist", "Door to Door Fridge Salesman", "Those Damn Pens at the Bank", "The Door to Door Dentist", "Bra Unhooking Champion", "Dumb Way to Wrap Grapes", "The Shy Bra Salesman", "Do It Yourself Brain Surgery", "Fat Man's Punishment in Hell", "Spaghetti Makes Lousy Bookends", "Onion Abuse", "The Blind Dentist", "The Plant Mugger", and many more.
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More Moron Movies (1986)
Runeterror
Runeterror
Like its predecessor, "More Moron Movies" is a collection of 2 to 4 minute one joke films (example: "Fastest Waiter in the World"; two plates fly onto a table, cutlery is thrown at the table, spaghetti is flung onto the plates. All of these things are chucked from off camera; you don't even see a hand!) wherein Len Cilla plays all parts. I think this was a segment on a bloopers show, and Cilla had enough material for two 56 minute tapes. At any rate, all of the "Moron Movies" tapes were shot using home video cameras on a budget of 10 cents or less. Sometimes funny, but too repetitive.

And yes, there is no opening title, no crew listings (who operated the camera? who shouted "way to go Bob!" during the "Bob the Magician" sketch?) and no indication where it was filmed (I'm assuming New Jersey.)
HyderCraft
HyderCraft
I'm not exactly sure why this piece of Bizarre is in the local video store, but I discovered it. I'm not sure what to make of it: existentialist humour? Bored man with cheap camcorder? It's certainly.....unique.....
Pipet
Pipet
Someone has defined insanity as "doing the same thing over while expecting different results". That is the best excuse I can think of for being suckered into seeing this pointless sequel to MORON MOVIES. I thought "Surely this one has to be somewhat of an improvement over the original". No such luck. I've learned my lesson, however. In the unlikely event that they create a MORON MOVIES 3, or a sequel to the remake of McHALE'S NAVY, I will avoid them at all costs.

I promise.

Rating: Another sub-mediocre * out of *****