May 13, 2010...4:06 pm

Review: The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle

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Everyone’s been addicted to a specific food at one time or another. Whether it’s something as simple as chewing gum or a more extravagant delicacy, if you like it and it’s available, you’re going to eat it. But what happens if you discover your deliciousness of choice comes with harmful side effects? I still consume Sweet’N Low packet after packet, so chances are, it won’t stop you. In The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle, writer-director David Russo suggests something far more serious than an overdose of aspartame; the food at the center of his film has some truly fishy consequences.

Dory’s (Marshall Allman) a good guy; he’s just going through a rough time. After an outburst at the office, he’s fired and goes on the hunt for new work. When he can’t manage to snag a spot as a respectable data manager, he turns to his last resort, Spiffy Jiffy Janitorial Services. Paper towels and antiseptic in hand, he hits the floor with his new coworkers, OC (Vince Vieluf), Gary (Matt Smith), Ethyl (Tania Raymond) and Methyl (Tygh Runyan).

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