#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In “ThanksKilling 3”, the fowl-mouthed villain Turkie is back and hacking his way to find the last copy of “ThanksKilling 2” which has landed in the hands of a group of disturbingly crude puppets. The death toll rises as Turkie carves through the likes of Flowis the rapping grandma, Rhonda the bisexual space worm, Yomi the puppet in search of her mind, and their equally ridiculous friends who all travel through fantastical settings such as the FeatherWorld and Turkey Hell. With the guidance of Uncle Donny (Dan Usaj), the wig-wearing inventor of the PluckMaster 3000, Jefferson (Joe Hartzler), Head of Security at ThanksgivingLand, and a WiseTurkey, the gatekeeper to the FeatherWorld, our collection of raunchy characters hope to fend off the murderous rampage of Turkie, all while trying to help Yomi find her mind.
Plot: Fowl-mouthed villain Turkie carves through the likes of a rapping grandma, a mindless puppet, a wig-wearing inventor, a bisexual space worm, and their equally ridiculous friends on his quest to recover the last copy of “ThanksKilling 2”. Also known as “Turkeys, In, Space!”.
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It’s not very good
They almost tried, and I really would’ve preferred if they didn’t. It’s not good and it doesn’t manage to be so bad it’s funny.
No, thank you. I don’t want reheated turkey. You can throw this movie, into the trash!
For an exploitation film, while, the film does somewhat work, since it does have nudity, gore, and drug-use; it just wasn’t used anything near as clever as others films, I know that has a similar premise. While, ‘ThanksKilling 3’ premise isn’t the film meant to be taken serious; this intentional bad Thanksgiving LSD trip of a horror movie is one film, you will not be giving thanks for. It’s nearly unwatchable. What does scenes of dubstep robots, talking raunchy worms, rapping ugly grandma, and men wearing colonial wigs have to do with Thanksgiving!? It’s just a bunch of distorted fast cutting mess of movie of random themes. It doesn’t even make any sense. Directed and written by once again, Jordan Downey, ‘Thankskilling 3’ takes place in a fictional meta-universe where ‘ThanksKilling 2’ was made, but never released. Deemed the worst film in history by its producers, the studio orders all the products related to the make-up sequel burned in a giant fire heap, except one copy of the DVD that seem to be found, years later. Knowing this, Turkie (Voiced by Jordan Downey) seek the last copy, in an attempt to release the movie to the public, in order to get the audience to die a horrible death. The only thing, stopping him, is a group of disturbing puppets and an inventor named Uncle Donny (Daniel Usaj) who want to kill Turkie, once and for all. Without spoiling the movie, too much, I get the sense that they were going somewhere new, with the adult-version of the meta Muppets-like humor, however, a cast composed primarily of puppets acting like pricks, just doesn’t work, if the marionettes look like it was taken out of Jim Henson’s garbage. They were so ugly-looking that they were unwatchable. What a waste for the money, they spent for them. Also, what made the first movie, worth seeing was the sheer ridiculousness of a murderous fake-looking turkey killing real-life people. That was the entertaining part. Seeing a bunch of badly made, bogus puppets attack each other, isn’t as fun as it should be, because they didn’t put any heart into making this film. Since, these producers knew that they were producing crap, they really didn’t give two f*** about making anything seem, somewhat real. It’s really hard to laugh at, somebody intentionally being lazy and poorly on purpose, compare to somebody who took his work, a little more serious. After all, its ruins the fun in finding unintentional humor in a film’s poor dialogue and production. So how in the hell, did they screw up, a silly insane premise about a killer turkey, so much to the point that it’s unfunny!? Well, it doesn’t help that, the film doesn’t have any focus, as it never truly establish any of the recurring and new characters that well. So, it’s really hard to laugh at the unknown. Still, I have to say, the characters in this film, were a lot more enjoyable than the ones in the first movie, even if they had inconsistencies character details. Second off, there were way too many continuity errors that was really jarring. None of the scenes really flown rights. I hate how subplots are establish, then casually dismissed and never revisited during the rest of the film. There are several trippy scenes that don’t amount up to anything in the “plot”. It made the film seem so uncompleted. So, it was a bit more confusing than funny. Third off, the shock value offensive & vulgar humor was not new. Its old recycle jokes, we heard of, a billion times, before. It’s really repetitive. Because of this, it made this over the top film, more annoying and tiresome than funny. They really failed to create a satirical spoof of the holiday horror genre like 1984’s ‘Gremlins’. They even flop in the ill-advised food relation horror films genre, as well. It makes films like 1978’s ‘Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!’ seem like masterpieces. Because of this, I feel sorry, for all those people that contributed money to the Kickstarter campaign for this film to be made, hoping for a better movie. Over $100,000 was wasted here. Overall: The only reason to watch this film, is that the film tries to totally exploits the ridiculous gimmick premise that horror films somewhat employ, just to make a buck. Still, that reason alone, doesn’t make the film any good. Even with my rock-bottom expectations; this movie was still pretty bad. Honestly, if you couldn’t stomach, the first movie, the first time around, you better believe a second helping will make you want to vomit for sure. I highly can’t recommended.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 39 min (99 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Comedy, Horror, Sci-Fi
Director Jordan Downey
Writer Jordan Downey, Mike Will Downey, Kevin Stewart
Actors Daniel Usaj, Joe Hartzler, Preston Altree
Country United States
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