TuskHosting popular podcaster The Not-See Party, Wallace Bryton decides to fly to Canada to interview the Kill Bill Kid, an Internet celebrity famous for severing his leg without knowing that Kill Bill Kid died recently. Wallace happens to meet a strange man who kidnaps him later and plans to transform Wallace into a walrus by cutting his legs.Keywords:
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Directors of "Tusk"Kevin SmithBirthdate: 2 August 1970, Red Bank, New Jersey, USA
Creators of "Tusk"Kevin SmithBirthdate: 2 August 1970, Red Bank, New Jersey, USA
Critic Reviews of "Tusk"indieWireOctober 28, 2015
Justin Long and Johnny Depp join the "Clerks" director for a weird, unpredictable movie that still feels like only Smith could have made it.TIME MagazineOctober 16, 2014
Nice as it would be to herald Tusk as a return to Smith's bold early period, the movie has a lurching tone and an airless atmosphere.Globe and MailOctober 03, 2014
If Kevin Smith was stoned when he thought up his excellent walrusian nightmare, then marijuana is the best creative medicine.Toronto StarOctober 02, 2014
"Excess" is Smith's middle name, so the show goes on . . . and on.New York Magazine/VultureSeptember 19, 2014
Tusk is not a particularly good movie, but the vivid anxiety dream at its heart makes it one of the most personal films this writer-director has ever made.NPRSeptember 19, 2014
Tusk is an overextended, tonally incoherent joke that would make viewers squirm even if it didn't involve a bloody and demented medical experiment.Washington Free BeaconJuly 14, 2016
Kevin Smith has lost his mind.FlavorwireJune 18, 2016
'Tusk' opens with the sound of two men laughing at their own jokes, so I guess a doff of the cap is due to the filmmaker for encapsulating his movie so efficiently, right from the jump.Projected FiguresJune 02, 2016
Tusk's inherent absurdity would much better have been played straight and subtle all the way through to the end, rather than covered over with the broadest layers of blubbery, fish-in-a-barrel slapstick. Still, really enjoyed the first half...CinemixtapeApril 17, 2016
A film so openly inessential that it circles back around to vitality, frequently finding that elusive sweet spot between horror and comedy.The Film StageMarch 12, 2016
The quintessential midnight experience, Kevin Smith's next outing as he transitions from slacker comedy to dark horror is, like most of his films, for the fans.Daily DeadJanuary 07, 2016
You have to be on board for all of Kevin Smith's lunacy or you won't be able to connect with some of the choices he makes, but I found Tusk wildly inventive and am hopeful it earmarks a bold new chapter for Smith's filmmaking career.
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