Now that the Black Swan dust has settled, the awards have been handed out and everyone remembers they don’t really like ballet as much as they convinced themselves they do – we turn our attention to a documentary that might just change your opinion.
Who would’ve guessed building a show around a character who is essentially Ron Burgundy meets Warrick Capper could be so rewarding!
The show works best when Smithy (James Corden) is given room to shine, while UK comedy veteran, Rob Brydon, also delivers some pretty consistent laughs as the “Kel Knight-esque” Bryn West.
The Slammin Salmon is by no means their best, but does improve with repeated viewing, and is yet another example of why “mates having fun” always beats a “collection of well known comedy stars”…
Set within the local government offices of the fictional town of Pawnee, Parks & Recreation see’s Saturday Night Live’s Amy Pohler take on the mandatory role of “delusional boss with unrealistic dreams”, this time leading a team of uninterested co-workers on a fruitless mission to turn an abandoned construction pit into a thriving local park.
What is it about insanity, violence and murder that drives the movie public wild? Between the success of Hostel and Saw, along with the cult status of sadistic mind-benders A Clockwork Orange, Funny Games and now the wondrously bonkers Bronson – it’s a wonder the human race hasn’t wiped itself out yet.
This hilariously twisted show takes the idea of Public Access TV and Home Shopping ads and literally rapes them. Violently.
If you ain’t seen Rowan Atkinson Live, then you ain’t seen comedy – it’s as simple as that folks
Just when you thought you’d seen enough of people vomiting and crapping their pants in public… they find another way to inflict more Jackass on the world.
Most of Hecklers early work is let down by Jamie Kennedy who just ends up looking rather sad and pathetic…
In fact, one would assume if Chas Liccidello & Co attempted to recreate anything from this decidedly graphic crime tale – they’d be kicked off air quicker than you can say “APEC Security Breach”.
When it comes to Arrested Development’s cult love child, Michael Cera, there are really only two modes in which he can deliver: Awkward… and REALLY Awkward.