Nacho Mountain (2009)

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Nacho Mountain: Directed by Mitch Csanadi. With Jay Larson, Kevin Interdonato, Phil E. Eichinger, Gary Gustin. Keefer has a talent. He can eat. So when he gets fired from his job, finds his girl getting banged by a tranny, then gets a ticket, he finds he has no direction. Its not until his good friend Meegosh sets up FOOD WARS, an underground food eating competition in his friends basement. Word gets out and everybody in town wants a piece of the champ. But its not until the towns healthy Mayor Fingstal tries to shut things down using his two cronies, Officer Slivjack and Biggsley, thats when things really heat up. Then it all comes down to one final food battle from hell, the Nacho Mountain!

“I wasnu0026#39;t expecting much of this when I went to see it, but I totally loved it.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIts misleading to try to compare it with the Truman Show. Thereu0026#39;s a superficial similarity in their basic concept, but otherwise they are completely different (and I loved Truman – still canu0026#39;t understand what the Academy thought it was doing).u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThere was not one dull moment, and at times I though I would pee myself laughing (and it takes a lot for me to say that to a world wide audience!) I donu0026#39;t remember laughing so much at the cinema since Speed 2 – but this time for the right reasons.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eSo it was funny, but there were also genuinely moving sad bits.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eMartin Landau absolutely stole the film with some killer one-liners, but all the performances were fantastic (even Liz Hurley didnu0026#39;t make me cringe, as she poked fun at her own reputation) Ellen is great, as is Woody Harrelson (who looks uncannily like his on-screen brother) and I always love Adam Goldberg. Matt McConaughey is perfect, whether heu0026#39;s being a jerk or doing the right thing (oh OK, and damn cute with it.)u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe whole thing is probably enhanced by being so utterly believable, and ends with a great anti-corporate finger (literally, in fact, now I think about it)”

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