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Spaghettiman

Spaghettiman

Feb. 17, 2017 USA87 Min.
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8.4 1,510 votes

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Director

Mark Potts
Director

Cast

Ben Crutcher isClark / Spaghetti Man
Clark / Spaghetti Man
Winston Carter isDale / Shadow Man
Dale / Shadow Man
Brand Rackley isAnthony Banner
Anthony Banner

Synopsis

Clark doesn’t care about you. He doesn’t care about the world. He barely cares about himself. But after an incident with an old bowl of spaghetti and a malfunctioning microwave, he becomes a superhero that can fight crime with the power of spaghetti. However, you have to pay him.

Spaghettiman
Original titleSpaghettiman
IMDb Rating5.1 163 votes
TMDb Rating6.3 4 votes

(7) comments

  • planktonrulesSeptember 1, 2016Reply

    Despite practically no budget and an insane concept, the film made me laugh…

    ”Spaghettiman” was a welcome relief tonight. All day, I watched films
    that turned out to be incredibly serious and incredibly depressing.
    What a wonderful change of pace to find a film as original, funny and
    deliberately stupid as this one! Because it’s so stupid…and weird,
    it’s my next installment in my ”You ain’t seen nothing’ yet”
    series…films so odd, so unique and so demented that you just have to
    see them…or not. But I suggest you see this one.

    Clark (Ben Crutcher) is a complete loser. He is about the worst
    possible employee and loses job after job–including one as a pizza
    deliveryman because he was delivering pizzas half eaten! His one friend
    Dale (Winston Carter) puts up with this and even give him rent
    money…and you really have to feel sorry for poor Dale. One night,
    Clark falls asleep while a bowl of spaghetti is heating up in the
    microwave. When he awakens four days later, he finds that he has a new
    amazing super power…he can shoot spaghetti out of his hands! And,
    oddly, he also bleeds and urinates spaghetti. While it’s not much of a
    super power, Clark’s ambitions aren’t all that lofty either. Instead of
    trying to rid the Earth of evil like a typical hero, Clark is pragmatic
    and when faced with evil, he expects the folks he saves to pay.
    Otherwise, he just minds his own business! After all, he sure ain’t
    doing it for free! So, while wearing an old paper bag over his head as
    a disguise, he collects $40 here, $17 there and he’s finally able to
    pay his rent. But when he meets a videographer, he realizes he is able
    to hit real paydirt and might even be able to save a few dollars! But
    Spaghettiman’s dreams of financial solvency appear to be dashed when a
    motley crew of villains arrive to put an end of his reign of
    semi-goodness…and extortion!

    While no one would call this a great film, director Mark Potts as well
    as writers/actors Winston Carter and Ben Crutcher have created an
    utterly ridiculous winner. Sure, it’s low budget, sure it’s silly as
    well as a bit uneven. But, it’s funny and made me smile…and I think
    it will make you smile provided you don’t expect great production
    values or a plot that makes much sense! And, at the end of the film you
    learn that they are planning on making another Spaghettiman film! And
    who knows…if the film takes off and makes money…perhaps we’ll see
    Stan Lee in a cameo in the sequel!!

  • zif ofozOctober 23, 2016Reply

    Superhero!! or Supper hero?

    Another no budget flick that hits the mark with plot and characters. If
    you can’t laugh with this movie then you have lost all sense of humor.
    Director: Mark Potts and Writers: Winston Carter and Ben Crutcher bring
    to us one of the silliest superhero’s to date – but he’s so likable you
    can’t help cheering him on in his quest for justice and a little bit of
    cash!

    Clark is a guy who can’t keep a job and he shares an apartment with an
    obese guy who is a want-to-be policeman. Clark starts to warm up a bowl
    of spaghetti, he falls asleep for four days, and the microwave
    continues to run these four days. When Clark awakens he eats the
    spaghetti anyway and he discovers later his new powers from eating the
    over cooked spaghetti.

    But he still needs money! And he goes out into the streets as a
    superhero to quell thieves but there’s a catch if you want his help. Is
    Clark above corruption? Watch it and find out.

  • thebryanosaurusNovember 23, 2016Reply

    Can I Sing a Song to Your Kids?

    I can’t describe the level at which this film made my strangest
    fantasies come true. A bearded slacker, Ninjas, and Pasta – definitely
    not your Plain Jane super hero flick. Don’t let the independent status
    fool you. For an indie film made with next-to no budget, the story line
    was stellar. The practical effects were done well, not corny. The
    comedy kept me laughing the whole way through, and didn’t feel like an
    open mic night. Plus, the soundtrack was killer. You can see that a lot
    of heart was put into Spaghettiman. The bar was set very high with this
    one. Worth every second. I’ll certainly be keeping an eye out for more
    Mark Potts films.

  • arfdawg-1March 4, 2017Reply

    Funny Movie.

    The Plot.

    Clark doesn’t care about you.

    He doesn’t care about the world.

    He barely cares about himself.

    But after an incident with an old bowl of spaghetti and a
    malfunctioning microwave, he becomes a superhero that can fight crime
    with the power of spaghetti.

    However, you have to pay him.

    It’s actually funny. I liked it. And no, i had nothing to do with this
    movie.

    But it’s really original and keeps your interest. Considering that the
    budget was like nothing, it really deserves way more than the current
    IMDb number!

  • Crotchety Old CriticApril 15, 2017Reply

    Second Best Superhero Movie of 2016!

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

  • elkabong-ddApril 16, 2017Reply

    Don’t Expect Special Effects

    Don’t expect great special effects, but the story behind Spaghettiman
    is awesome.

    The tagline is ”Clark doesn’t care about you. He doesn’t care about the
    world. He barely cares about himself”, but in the end, Clark DOES care.

    And we end up caring about all of the (admittedly limited) characters
    in this movie. Spaghettiman is just right at 80 minutes or so, and a
    good family laugh. It doesn’t take itself too seriously, but the
    characters are likable, and the story holds our interest.

    Wish there were more movies like this!

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