Mertz: Do you find my method acting unsound?
Dullard: I saw no acting at all.
Taken from Wikipedia:
Porklips Now is a short, low budget parody film, made in 1980 by the American director Ernie Fosselius, based on the 1979 motion picture Apocalypse Now. It chronicles the journey of Dullard (played by William “Billy” Gray), a gardener and handyman, sent to Chinatown by two butchers to meet a business rival, Fred “Madman” Mertz, and “take care of business”. The film cleverly and humorously incorporates references to signature elements of the film on which it is based, albeit in a somewhat conspicuously low-budget manner. Echoing a widely-held if erroneous belief about Apocalypse Now, the film features several alternate endings.
The film is on YouTube in seven parts. Unfortunately, the first two parts have embedding disabled. However, parts three to seven are available below.
For parts three to seven,