Australia’s Answer to “Family Guy” But Wronger! Little Johnny jokes have been around for decades, passed down from generation to generation and from friend to friend but the origins of these jokes has been a mystery, until now… ‘Little Johnny The Movie’ celebrates the wrongest jokes ever told. It‘s a coming of age story that’s brimming with irreverent humour, larger-than-life characters, and crackling action to boot! It will remind you of the great cartoons of yesteryear — but on steroids! ‘Little Johnny The Movie’ reveals for the first time a feisty little rascal whose antics always land him in trouble with sidesplitting results giving rise to the legend, the legend of Little Johnny.
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35-year-old Morris Bliss (Michael C. Hall) is clamped in the jaws of New York City inertia: he wants to travel but has no money; he needs a job but has no prospects; he still shares an apartment with his widowed father; and the premature death of his mother has left him emotionally walled up. When he finds himself wrapped up in an awkward relationship with Stephanie (Brie Larson), the 18-year-old daughter of a former classmate, Morris quickly discovers his static life unraveling and opening up in ways that are long overdue.
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