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22 July 2010

Ramona and Beavis

The theatrical release poster

New York, New York -- The new release of the unanticipated piece of shit film Ramona and Beavis sparked controversy and disappointment though out the world. This pathetic excuse for a film was directed by M. Night Shyamalan based off of the book titled Ramona and Beavis by M. Night Shyamalan. Chris Rock from New York Times gave this film two out of five stars stating, "I spent 12 bucks to go see and enjoy this film. I didn't enjoy it". Arnold Schwarzenegger, former android from from the future, and current governor of California gave this film a 1.7 out of 10 stating, "Dis moovie is wehrser Dhan the US ecanomee". Now on the positive side, there was only one positive review about this cinematic disaster. Its from a dude in the deep south named Satan. Satan stated, "These critics are being too harsh on this lovely film, I thought it was cute. I thought this film should've gotten a B+". As if things couldn't get any worse, McDonald's started manufactoring cheap toys based on the movie to be put in a poor unsuspecting child's happy meal.

Basically, the plot of the story involves a whiny liitle bitch brat named Ramona who goes through puberty and she always tries to get her answers from her big bro Beavis. The appearance of the great Cornholio wasn't enough to get good ratings as Ramona's character turned the movie into a great piece of crap. On the positive side, Mike Judge (Creator of the two hit shows Beavis & Butthead and King of the Hill) sued the film for $100 gagillian dollars for using the character Beavis without his consent or permission. Mike Judge won the case and M. Night Shyamalan decided to direct another awful film which he later titled Avatar: The Last Airbender, to be released in 3 weeks.

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