Fed up with the vapidity of his cubicle job, Dory quits and takes a job as a night janitor, joining a whacked out crew of waste basket emptiers and toilet cleaners. One of the offices they clean does market research, and they are currently with a cookie company. The cookies do strange things to the crew who are quickly hooked on them. The males of the crew all end up passing a flourescent blue “fish” out of their butt! You heard that right. The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle is a trippy movie (“see it on acid”, as we used to say), and funny in certain parts, just not funny enough to hold my attention.
Dory (played by Marshall Allman) trying to find some direction and meaning in his life goes through most of the major religions as part of his search (he wears a yarmulke, does a Hare Krishna dance while vacuuming, pulls out his prayer rug after the Buddhist phase, and says a Catholic blessing for Little Dizzle).
This is a family film. It’s just that it’s like no other family you’ve ever seen.