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The First Movie About Apps Might Be The Worst Movie Of All Time

Say hello to InAPPropriate Comedy.

Posted on March 19, 2013, at 11:57 a.m. ET

Maybe you've seen a poster or a trailer for this movie, which comes out in a few days:

It's called "InAPPropriate Comedy" and it looks... strange? I mean, this guy won an Oscar. What is he doing here?

The trailer is awful (and it's incredibly racist!)

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Here's the red band version for comparison:

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BUT WAIT. The first time I saw this, I ignored the capitalized "APP" in the name — it didn't make any sense, but neither did anything else about the movie:

Turns out the movie is somehow *about apps*

Also, this can't be right, can it? Directed by Vince Offer? The Shamwow Guy?

The Slap Chop guy?

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The arrested-after-allegedly-battering-a-prostitute-in-Miami guy?

Yep:

Turns out he did this movie, too:

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Anyway, I know it's only March, but I think we have our worst movie of 2013:

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A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.