Without spoiling the movie, too much, I have to say, the film is somewhat sophistical with its dialogue and message, despite the silly concept.
In his review for , Erik Lundegaard gave the film zero out of four stars, stating, " Tusk, which is based on one of Smith's own podcasts, is the most disgusting and pointless movie I've seen.
With the exception of this, you will be free to do whatever you choose, and will have a spacious double room, complete run of the house with the exception of my bedroom and my workshop , and use of all facilities within.
Tusk 2 Poses A New Spin On A Familiar Threat The entirety of the film displays a horrific science experiment that ends with Wallace embracing his new life as a mutilated man who has become a walrus.
After he discovers that the man has committed suicide, presumably because of the ridicule, he finds a flyer posted by an old man who seems perfect for the podcast.
Smith was excited about making Tusk, saying "I wanted to right what I felt was the only wrong of by scripting something with no religious or sexual politics that could grow up to be a weird little movie and not an indie film call-to-arms or a frustrated self-distribution manifesto.
In the film, Los Angeles podcaster Wallace Bryton and his co-host, Teddy Haley Joel Osment , ridicule unfortunate people in viral videos, and Wallace interviews them.
Despite the constant care and attention, it is possible that the published information is incomplete or incorrect.
Description: While the concept of a human into a walrus might seem dumb to most people.