Joe's Apartment

Joe's Apartment Brief Information

Joe's Apartment is a 1996 musical-comedy film starring Jerry O'Connell and Megan Ward and the first film produced by MTV Films. It was based on a 1992 short film first made for MTV (which was used as filler in between commercial breaks), but was also inspired by the 1987 Japanese film Gokiburi-tachi No Tasogare (known as Twilight of the Cockroaches in the USA) and the 1987 American short film Those Damn Roaches.

The main focus of the story is the fact that unbeknownst to many humans, cockroaches can talk but prefer not to since humans "smush first and ask questions later". They also sing (as they do many times in the movie) and even have their own Public-access television cable TV channel. Actors providing the roaches' voices included Billy West, Jim Turner, Rick Aviles and Dave Chappelle.

Joe's Apartment News

• Jerry O'Connell to star in NBC's remake of 'The Munsters'

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