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Midgets vs. Mascots

Rating:R (for strong crude and sexual content, graphic nudity and language throughout)
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:January 10, 2011
Running time:88 minutes
Cast:Akie Kotabe, Gary Coleman, Jordan Prentice, Brittney Powell, Mark Hapka
Director:Ron Carlson
Producer:Brad Keller, Joey Stewart
Writer:Kevin Andounian
Distributor:First Look International

Description: In this Borat meets Jackass shockumentary, five little people and five mascots battle for one million dollars through 30 ridiculous competitions, including how many insults it takes to get punched in a bar, who can drink a gallon of milk the fastest and who can wrestle a live alligator. Gary Coleman, leading the ''Littles'' as himself, is a comedic freight train (or train wreck) as he gets into actual fist fights with mascots, coaches and even NBA star Scottie Pippen. Look forward to tear-inducing laughter when drunken and belligerent mascots take on a competitive and determined group of little people.

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