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Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie

Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie

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Director: Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim, William Atherton, Jeff Goldblum

Cast: Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim, William Atherton, Jeff Goldblum


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Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! stars Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim make the leap to the big screen in this anarchic comedy about two guys who watch their dreams of movie stardom going up in flames after blowing their unprecedented billion-dollar budget. Will Ferrell


Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! stars Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim make the leap to the big screen in this anarchic comedy about two guys who watch their dreams of movie stardom going up in flames after blowing their unprecedented billion-dollar budget. Will Ferrell, Zach Galifianakis, John C. Reilly, Will Forte, and Jeff Goldblum star.

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Fans of non-sequitur humor, hyperactive insanity, and the Adult Swim sketch-comedy series Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! will probably enjoy the full-length feature Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie, because it's basically an hour-and-a-half-long episode of the series. Of course, the show is normally only 15 minutes per episode, so don't be surprised if your inner sense of manic, stoner humor feels particularly tapped out by the end of the film. The premise for the surprisingly contiguous narrative that makes up the movie is that Tim (Tim Heidecker) and Eric (Eric Wareheim) have, coincidentally, been handed the funds to turn their TV program into a full-length feature film. Of course, they squander their billion-dollar budget on Hollywood makeovers, a pay-for-service spiritual guru (Zach Galifianakis), and a Johnny Depp impersonator who wears a suit made out of real diamonds. The executive in charge of their movie (Robert Loggia), now out a billion in cash, vows to murder Tim and Eric and devour their hearts if he isn't repaid, so after the two go on an all-night bender that includes severed limbs, cocaine-dusted strippers, and a rubbery prosthetic penis, they come up with a plan to pay back the billion dollars and hopefully save their hides: take over management of a failing mall owned by an aggressive Top Gun fan (Will Ferrell), who promises that exact sum in exchange for saving the postapocalyptic hovel from implosion. While the movie isn't exactly presented in sketch format, it might as well be, since the story jumps from one manic sequence to the next with the same intentional wanton disregard for context or sanity as the TV show. Between the introduction by Chef Goldblum (Jeff Goldblum) and the inspirational theme song "Two Horses" sung by Aimee Mann, Heidecker and Wareheim use their R rating and 90-minute runtime to full effect. Casual fans of comedy might get a little overstimulated, but Tim and Eric fans can rest assured that the schizophrenic vibe of the series is there in spades -- and then some.

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[Wide Screen]
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Commentary with Tim heidecker & Eric Wareheim; Deleted scenes; Extended scenes; Good evening S'Wallow Valley; Interview with Tim & Eric; HDNet: A look at Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar movie; Promo videos; Shim dance screensaver; Poster and photo galleries; Trailers

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tim Heidecker Himself
Eric Wareheim Himself
William Atherton Earle Swinter
Jeff Goldblum Chef Goldblum
Robert Loggia Tommy Schlaaang
Ray Wise Dr. Doon Struts
Erica Durance Paris Waitress
Bill A. Jones Serious Announcer
Bob Odenkirk Schlaaang Announcer
Frank Slaten Super Seat Customer
Bob Ross Himself
Ronnie Rodriguez Diamond Jim/Johnny Depp
Nancy Stelle Woman on Paris Street
Jean-Michel Richaud Paris Policeman
Marilyn Porayko Woman Being Ticketed
Michael Gross Narrator
Jon Baggio Jason
Kristopher Logan Studio Executive 1
Andy Spencer Studio Executive 2
Christopher Guckenberger Studio Executive 3
John Downey Cornell
Mary Bly Mrs. Heidecker
Lillian Adams Mrs. Wareheim
Jay Mawhinney Bartender
Loki Tattoo Artist
Harry Elmayan Delivery Man
Tennessee Winston Luke Himself
Robert Axelrod Himself
Ted Neubauer Man on Street
Dena Roe Woman on Street
Twink Caplan Katie
Kimberly Ables Jindra Woman Giving Birth
Kirk Diedrich Roy
Doug Foster Customer
Matt O'Toole Reggie
Noah Spencer Jeffrey
Rae Sunshine Lee Shrim Dancer
Palmer Scott Large Man
Mobin Khan El Hat Proprietor
James Quall Himself
Cole Carl Mangham Shrim Kid #1
Zachariah James-Jadon Evans Shrim Kid #2
Frunzik Ayvazyan Shrim Kid #3
Joshua Briscoe Shrim Kid #4
Todd Wagner Hobo
Gabe Bartalos Wolf Puppeteer
Howie Slater Steven Spielberg
David Liebe Hart Himself

Technical Credits
Tim Heidecker Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Eric Wareheim Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Gabe Bartalos Makeup Special Effects
Ben Cosgrove Producer
Mark Cuban Executive Producer
Darren M. Demetre Co-producer
Atlantic West Effects Makeup Special Effects
Jeff Elliott Special Effects
Will Ferrell Producer
Daniel Haworth Editor
Chris Henchy Producer
Dave Kneebone Producer
Jonathan Krisel Screenwriter
James Levine Casting
Abby Linne Camera Operator
Doug Lussenhop Editor,Screenwriter
Melanie Mandl Art Director
Adam McKay Producer
Kevin J. Messick Producer
Rachel Morrison Camera Operator,Cinematographer
Jon Mugar Producer
Owen Peterson Sound/Sound Designer
Clark Reinking Casting
Rosie Sanders Production Designer
Steve Utt Sound/Sound Designer
Todd Wagner Producer
Shay Weiner Associate Producer
Davin Wood Score Composer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie
1. Schlaang Super Seat [8:17]
2. We Have to Let You Go [9:54]
3. We Are Now Dobis [5:15]
4. S'Wallow Valley [9:12]
5. Billionaires Club [5:54]
6. Dobis P.R. [4:23]
7. Meet and Greet [8:21]
8. It Doesn't Add Up [9:39]
9. Dr. Doone [10:25]
10. Grand Re-Opning [5:21]
11. It's Just a Billion Dollars [8:25]
12. The End [8:36]


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Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you are a fan of Tim and Eric Awesome Show this will not disappoint. If you are not familiar, this will be a bizarre silly root canal of a movie.