Terrorists

(2004)

Overview

"Terrorists" is a comedy about life in post-9/11 America: Curtis Gorfurter, small-town police chief, unhappy with his lowly status and eager to prove himself in the War Against Terror, interprets a series of unrelated events as proof of an impending terrorist attack. When a graduate student of Mideastern descent arrives in town to authenticate the world's largest stool, he unwittingly becomes the police chief's prime terrorist suspect. In creating this climate of fear, the chief acquires the power and the perks he's always dreamed of. And when he raises the town's alert level from brick to tangerine, panic ensues and common sense takes a holiday.

  1. Jay Martel

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ian Roberts

    Ian Roberts

    Curtis Gorfurter

  2. Jason Mantzoukas

    Jason Mantzoukas

    John Stevens

  3. Jessica St. Clair

    Jessica St. Clair

    Jennifer Castle

  4. Rob Riggle

    Rob Riggle

    Badger

  5. Bobby Tisdale

    Billy Castle

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Status Released

Release Information

  • January 1, 2004
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 12m

Budget $80.00

Revenue -

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