Indecline: It's Worse Than You Think, Vol. 1 (2005)

DVD Cover (Indecline)
Ryen McPherson Ryen McPherson

5.4 / 10 - Overall Rating

* * * * *
Sign up to rate this movie.
Add to Collection
Sign up to add this to your collection
Add to Favorites
Sign up to add this to your favorites
Genres: Bloopers & Candid Camera, Comedy
We don't have a synopsis for this movie yet. Check back soon or send us your own!
Review by Chad
Added: October 12, 2005
Those kids from Indecline are back with another hour of footage detailing the seedier side of life. Indecline, in case you didn't know, are the guys responsible for the ever-controversial Bumfights and the less well-known Bling-A-Long. Whereas Bumfights focused mainly on bums fighting and Bling-A-Long focused on the man known as Bling Bling, this entry doesn't limit itself to any one topic or person. This hour of footage features graffiti artists plying their trade, street-fighting, skateboarding, midgets, and more insanity than any one movie should be allowed to showcase.

Indecline chose to go by the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" motto for this release, and while I would normally get a bit tired of the same basic thing by the third movie, it works out nicely here. The idea is the same, but all of the footage is new... and really, how can anyone get tired of watching brutal fights and midgets having sex with Tickle-Me-Elmo dolls? It's guaranteed to pull a few laughs out of anyone with a sick sense of humor, and fans of Indecline's previous offerings will definitely enjoy this one.

There is a bit of a point behind this movie, that being to show off how bad things really are in some parts of the country. While it is a bit sad to see how some people are forced to live and what some people are forced to deal with on a daily basis, it never gets preachy or points any fingers at anyone. Instead, the footage is simply presented to the viewer, who can either laugh at it or feel for the people involved. There's also some segments that stray from the theme and were seemingly inserted purely for laughs; watch for the streak of vandalism used on various McDonalds billboards and just try not to laugh at those. These scenes do a good job of keeping the movie moving at a nice pace, and I also enjoyed how everything was evenly mixed throughout the film. For example, there's a number of scenes featuring skateboarders doing various tricks. I didn't care for these parts as I'm not a fan of skateboarding, but they're so short that you never feel the need to hit that fast-forward button. The same thing goes for the other types of segments, so if you aren't enjoying whatever part of the movie is currently playing, just wait a minute or two... you'll more than likely enjoy the next part.

If you enjoyed watching a crackhead rap and perform in music videos, and if you got a perverse thrill out of watching bums fight one another and put their bodies through hell, you'll definitely enjoy this one as much as I did. It's certainly not for everyone, but those that "get it" will find that it's a nice disc to have sitting on your shelf. 8/10.
Recommended Movies
Bling Bling: Bling-A-Long Wildboyz: Season 3 Viva La Bam: Season 5 Viva La Bam: Season 4 Viva La Bam: Seasons 2 And 3
Jackass Number Two CKY2K CKY 4: The Latest & Greatest CKY 3 Wildboyz: Season 4
Wildboyz: Season 2 Wildboyz: Seasons 3 And 4 Wildboyz: Season 1 CKY Documentary Jackass: The Movie
Sign up to add your comment. Sign up to add your comment.
Layout, reviews and code © 2000-2019 | Privacy Policy
Join us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Review Updates