Lost Dane Cook movie surfaces on YouTube; check out the funny scenes

By | April 22, 2010 at 10:20 pm | One comment | Audio/Video, News, TV/Movies | Tags: , ,

Dane Cook was in a movie called The Touch in 2002. You probably haven’t seen it, since you probably don’t live in Lithuania or Egypt or Taiwan or any of the other dozen or so countries that showed the comedy in theaters. But Dane, himself, just twittered that some dude on YouTube posted a video of all his funny scenes.

According to IMDB, the movie goes like this: “A sister and brother, the last heirs of a family of acrobats, are called upon by a Buddhist monk sect to retrieve an artifact that their ancestors have protected throughout the ages.” Honestly, it sounds better than this.

I just watched video. I found it fucking funny. So there. And now, I’m sharing it with you. You’re welcome.

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  • Nate Billy

    I’m loving this! For once a movie showcases the energy that Dane has live, and they managed to pull it off DAMN well!