If the title of Brian Salisbury’s SXSW 2011 review of The FP — ‘The FP’ Shakes Off the Suckas and Drops that Dope Absurdity in Ya Eye Holes! — is any indication, there’s some language in this film that is simply out of the realm of casual, polite conversation. It’s a hyper-real story about a relentless turf war in a dystopian future where everything is decided by dance battle, a place where brothers named BTRO and JTRO battle for honor.
Destined to be a cult hit, The FP is one of the lead films for the new Tugg service, which allows users to sign up at Tugg.com/TheFP and bring the film to their own local theater in conjunction with its limited release on March 16. Now you too can be the hero who brings such an ambitious, ridiculous, completely hilarious experience to your neighbors. They’ll probably thank you for it, unless they are Chuckleheads.
To celebrate the release, the folks over at Drafthouse Films, who bought the distribution rights to The FP right after it exploded out of the 2011 SXSW film festival, have sent over this Urban Dictionary for The FP, which explains some of the lingo behind this Knuckle Fluffin’ Whatchamacallit havin’ movie. As we always say, it’s important that you’re prepared. So check out the Urban Dictionary by The Brothers Trost and request The FP on Tugg. You owe it to yoself… yo.
Watch the Red Band trailer for The FP below, if you dare:
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