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All in all not bad. It’s not as laugh at loud as Workaholics, but is comparable in humor. It is well written, well acted. Too bad it never saw more than one season.
This show is not good. Rhys Darby is it’s only saving grace but does not get enough screen time. The laughter track is distracting because you are never laughing with it. I have no idea what audience this was geared towards but it is a swing and a miss, which is a shame since there are so many talented and funny people in it.
John Cusack is amazing in this. Like nothing he has ever done before. The movie is ok. First thirty minutes are slow and I had a hard time getting into it, but it picks up enough to hold one’s interest and there are some pretty shocking scenes that make up for the dull ones.
Loved it! It’s funny, it’s moving, it’s educational and completely unbiased.
I think I may have been the only person in the entire theater that didn’t love this film. I just didn’t get it. It is interesting enough, as any half decent documentary is, but I do not get this sub culture nor the fascination with it. I felt as though there were many questions left unanswered that I wanted answers to and I didn’t feel a connection with any of the characters. For me it was strictly a film about something that happened and is happening that I really do not care about.
Slow! This movie has such a strong story line but such a poor script. There are exciting parts, but they last seconds, where as conversations taking place while driving in a car will last for what feels like hours. The acting is strong and it wasn’t a total waste of time, but it wasn’t entirely fulfilling.