Chump Change

Chump Change

DVD (Wide Screen)

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Product Details

Release Date: 05/17/2011
UPC: 0031398138457
Original Release: 2000
Source: Miramax Lionsgate
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:29:00
Sales rank: 66,850

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Back to the Pie-Hole [5:34]
2. "Pleasantly Unattractive" [4:19]
3. Studying With the Man [3:31]
4. Rooms, Sex and Work [5:11]
5. "Trilogy of Titters" [5:48]
6. The Soldier of Fortune [6:28]
7. Making Simon Twitch [5:46]
8. "It's an Action Sex Comedy" [7:10]
9. The Rules of Comedy [4:06]
10. "Too Much Funny?" [8:47]
11. Greenlight! [5:12]
12. "Simon Sez Is Dead" [5:46]
13. "A Metaphor With an All-Star Cast" [4:02]
14. Back in the Game [3:59]
15. End Credits [7:46]

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Chump Change 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I laughed so hard - I cried. This movie has tons of laughs along with a lot of heart and doesn't hold back on either. It's a smart, sophisticated comedy with plenty of crotch whacks - literally something for everyone. The lead character, Milwaukee Steve (Steve Burrows) brings so much energy and comedic pathos to the screen, you just like him and naturally root for him. The love story between him and Sam (Traci Lords) is so sweet and strangely touching. I was swept away by the beauty of both the midwest and their blossoming love. Simon Sez (Tim Matheson) was amazing as the nutso kinetic producer. He brought a certain humanity to this otherwise unlikeable character. I haven't seen him in anything so funny since 'Animal House'. The comedy flows throughout, but never more so than when Steve auditions for the casting director (Anne Meara) and the Trilogy of Titters cast put on a show. Clancy Brown also makes a powerful appearance as an acting coach. The moive is loaded with strong, fun cameo's. Abe Vigoda as the frog, Jerry Stiller (the Colonel) and Fred Willard (Manager) were particularly hilarious. In fact, Fred delivers one of the most memorable lines from any movie I've ever seen, 'I should've never given you my opinion 'til I found out what it was supposed to be'. The DVD extra's are superb and unexpectedly funny. I never seen anything like the focus group lo-lights and the director's commentary on the director's commentary - totally unique and hugely hilarious. The director's commentary is loaded with entertaining and interesting tidbits about the making of the film. And I loved the full scene of Dr. Kevorkian-the musical, in the outtakes. This is a laugh-out-loud, funny American original. A must see, wild-romp through Hollywood and the midwest. I loved it.