True Artist, Class Act Uwe Boll Tells Us All 'F*ck Yourselves'
German filmmaker Uwe Boll is best known for schlocky action movies like Assault on Wall Street, Rampage and Blubberella that have more explosions than sense. But you know what, he doesn’t make them for the money. He makes them for all of you, because he’s a true artiste. And you apparently don’t want them enough to fund his Kickstarter, so “fuck you all.”
Seriously, that’s the name of the Youtube video he released after his campaign to fund Rampage 3 failed. Watch all its expletive-laden glory below:
For those who can’t watch a NSFW video right now, here’s a few Boll pearls cast before us swine:
“Basically my message is fuck yourself. Because (my campaign failing) is so fucking absurd. What retarded amateur idiots collecting money on that website, you know?”
“It’s all fucking bullshit…for me crowdfunding is absolutely dead. Goodbye. And it looks like no one gives a shit about Rampage 3, so maybe I shouldn’t do it? I have enough money to play golf until I am dead.”
“I want to do Rampage 3 because it is an important movie. But it looks like you’re easier giving $600,000 if you make a movie about some retarded wizard in the forest or for another whatever Marvel/Avengers bullshit dirt. So goodbye.”
But that’s not all, gang. Boll posted another rant minutes later. This time, seething over celebrities like Steve Beckham (?), George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon and “Jenny from the Block,” you know “all those fuckers.” He’s furious over everything vaguely related to Hollywood. Then he ends with “we have to fucking kill the rich.”
Dude, you just said—and I quote!—“I have enough money to play golf until I am dead.” You’re not exactly the 99%.
In case you’ve never heard of Boll before today, enjoy the trailer for Blubberella:
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