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Al's Brain in 3-D (2009) HD online

Al's Brain in 3-D (2009) HD online
Language: English
Category: Movie / Short
Original Title: Alu0027s Brain in 3-D
Director: 'Weird Al' Yankovic
Writers: 'Weird Al' Yankovic
Released: 2009
Budget: $2,500,000
Duration: 10min
Video type: Movie
"Weird Al" Yankovic guides the audience through a 3-D lesson on the human brain. Al answers "man on the street" questions, provides interesting trivia, and even recounts the unfortunate mishap of Phineaus Cage. The film ends with "The Brain Song," which details exactly how the brain works.
Credited cast:
'Weird Al' Yankovic 'Weird Al' Yankovic - Himself / Phineaus Cage
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael William Arnold Michael William Arnold - Timmy
Bob Bancroft Bob Bancroft - Norm Kozlovsky
Fabio Fabio - Man on the Street
Tim Heidecker Tim Heidecker - Brain Stretcher
Thomas Lennon Thomas Lennon - Co-Worker
Paul McCartney Paul McCartney - Man on the Street
Patton Oswalt Patton Oswalt - Co-Worker
Eric Wareheim Eric Wareheim - Brain Stretcher
Billy West Billy West - Norm the Owl / Billy the Brain (voice)

The open-faced football helmet Al wears at the end of the film was custom-made by Helmet Hut, which needed to modify the internal suspensions to allow for Al's hair.

Reviews: [2]

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    I was keen enough to see this to come to the OC Fair from the UK and I am glad I did. Educationally speaking I did indeed learn 100% more than I had previously known about the structure and working of the brain. The script was witty and "typical Al" and it was fun to spot and identify the people delivering the "vox pop" questions and celebrity cameos. I have to admit I was less entertained by the Billy the Brain and Norm the Owl characters than I was by Al himself, but overall, the main draw was the original song which I managed to memorise. I wish this song would become commercially available at some point. The film was very enjoyable, and coupled with the pre-show shorts and the exhibit of Brain Facts; (many of which I later recognised as standard Ripley's Believe It Or Not fodder) it was all an enjoyable experience especially when viewed alongside other friends who had come to California for this event, including a friend from Buenos Aires. All in all as a complete package it gets 10/10. I understand there will be a repeat showing at the 2010 OC Fair and I will be coming back to the USA to see it again as well as to see Al in concert
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    I saw this at the Orange County fair. It was in 3D well done with a great deal of through the window effects. They gave out polarized glasses with a cleaning cloth. The first few scenes had Al floating through the air. Later it had good cgi of the inside of the brain. I have seen quite a few 3D movies and was surprised at the quality.

    It was intended to be educational. However, I did not learn a great deal of information. Before the movie started there was a 2D short in the ante-room which gave amusing intentional inaccurate information about the brain. There was also some informational posters which my kids found educational.