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Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie review

Small-screeners make it big… sort of

Two aspiring filmmakers (cult TV mainstays Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim) are given a billion dollars to make a movie. They only produce three minutes of the film, and spend the rest on a suit made of diamonds.

To avoid jail and pay back their debt, they take over management of a derelict mall. Seriously, that's the plot.

Littered with all-star cameos (Jeff Goldblum, Zach Galifianakis, Will Ferrell) and packed with enough gross-out gags and bizarro humour to keep audiences either scratching their heads or vomiting in the aisles, the Billion Dollar Movie is exactly what you'd expect from these anarchist-comics: jaw-dropping, lunch-losing, utter nonsense. Very weird fun.

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Ken McIntyre

Ken McIntyre is a freelance writer who has spent years covering music and film. You'll find Ken in the pages of Total Film and here on GamesRadar, using his experience and expertise to dive into the history of cinema and review the latest films. You'll also find him writing features and columns for other Future Plc brands, such as Metal Hammer and Classic Rock magazine.