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Extract: A Kristen Wiig Review

Forget what you know about movies, and forget what you know about movie reviews. This one from Mike Judge has nothing in the book of conventions. I had the chance to watch "Extract" in French, but I don't speak any French, so recently, I finally saw it in English.

When it comes to the filmmaking of Mike Judge, of course I was a fan of "Office Space," "King of the Hill," "Beavis and Butthead," and even "Idiocracy." So I greatly awaited what this film had to offer.

The premise is Jason Bateman is trying to fuck Mila Kunis :P
So far off to a good start.

However, Jason Bateman is sadly married to a coupon designer named Kristen Wiig. (Forget character names).
A Wife is a Horrible Cockblock
 The plot thickens like brownie batter as Jason Bateman takes advice from hairy Ben Affleck and plans to have Kristen Wiig sleep with Ethan from 90210, otherwise known as the sweatshirt wearing bonehead in the photo above, Dustin Milligan.Therefore, if Kristen Wiig sleeps with Dustin Milligan, Jason Bateman won't feel guilty about sleeping with Mila Kunis.

Confused yet?

Hairy Ben Affleck
Anyway, the plan backfires when it turns out Kristen Wiig is secretly a loose cannon vagina and sleeps with Dustin over and over like a conveyer belt (get it, in an out?). It is no surprise that she makes hairy Ben Affleck look like an idiot. There are some other characters involved, but they are not important.

Some other reviews online (from some dude named Ebert) read that it was just too unbelievable for Kristen Wiig to sleep with Dustin Milligan because he was a dirty pool boy. Yes, it is true. He was a dirty pool boy, and maybe it was too much for them to do it 15 times a weekend :&
Watch Kristen Wiig do a dumb guy.


In Conclusion:
This is not Mike Judge's best film. Imagine "Office Space" set in a factory. It is not his funniest, but it is worth watching once, and then, it is worth watching twice where you find yourself laughing at it, and not with it.
As long as you're laughing.

And F**k Sweatpants Too

Comments

  1. I'd see this just for the cast.

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  2. I knew you were a sucker for JK Simmons.
    Sadly, I didn't like his character in this one.

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  3. THIS IS LIKE INCEPTION AGAIN GAHHHHHHHH

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  4. I'm not quite sure how I feel about it, but like you said, it's one of those films you only feel like watching once. dustin milligan was actually the sole reason why I stopped at this film while zapping tv channels sometime ago, yep. dayum, how I wish he could be *my* dirty, sweaty pool boy (don't tell chace).

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