Everyone uses the four-letter word, not many publications (including EW) print it: That’s one marketing hook for this goofily overproduced, frivolous documentary, a distracted, ”hey, look, talking heads say F**K!” examination of one of the English language’s most useful utterances and why the sound packs such a friggin’ wallop. Clearly meant to follow where The Aristocrats went before with more panache, the footage includes chopped-up interviews with F-word fans, celebs, scholars, and F-averse conservatives. Best on the left: Billy Connolly. Most charming on the right: Pat Boone.
F**kEveryone uses the four-letter word, not many publications (including EW) print it: That's one marketing hook for this goofily overproduced, frivolous...F**kDocumentaryPT93MUnratedEveryone uses the four-letter word, not many publications (including EW) print it: That's one marketing hook for this goofily overproduced, frivolous...2006-11-08THINKFilm
Genre: Documentary; Director: Steve Anderson; Runtime (in minutes): 93; MPAA Rating: Unrated; Distributor: THINKFilm
Posted January 17 2015 — 7:41 AM EST
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