A woman struggling with insecurity wakes from a fall believing she is the most beautiful and capable woman on the planet. Her new confidence empowers her to live fearlessly, but what happens when she realizes her appearance never changed?
The film's title and posters are a reference to the act of "cock blocking"; the rooster icon was removed for advertising on broadcast television and cable networks that objected, with only the Blockers text being shown.
When Lisa walks into the hotel room, she sits on a bed with rose petals arranged on it in a heart formation. Some of the petals move when she sits down, but in the next shot they are rearranged as though they hadn't moved at all. This happens a few times in different shots throughout the scene. See more »
I'm tripping so hard. I just had a vision my dad was chugging beer through his asshole.
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There is a very brief scene in the closing credits. See more »
This movie was a good, generic crude slapstick comedy for about an hour, but ran out of jokes and fell painfully flat at the end. Sacrificed comedy and screenwriting to push a political message for nearly a third of the movie. Tried to be inspiring instead of funny, and just turned out to be annoying. Don't pay money to watch this. Watch once it's out on DVD if you're bored and easily amused.
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