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Kids in the Hall: Same Guys, New Dresses (2001)

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A behind the scenes look at the comedy troupe, The Kids In The Hall's 1999-2000 reunion tour.


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Catch the insanity on and off the stage with The Kids in the Hall as they barnstorm across North America on their historic 2000 reunion tour. This hysterical documentary, directed by Dave Foley, goes almost too far behind the scenes as Canada's funny fab five get their act together and take it on the road. Written by Clint Weiler

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2 March 2001 (USA)  »

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In the beginning scene outside the theatre, Buzz Osbourne (King Buzzo), lead signer and guitarist of the band Melvins, can be seen in line. See more »


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A bit unbalanced but still hilarious
7 June 2003 | by See all my reviews

What makes it unbalanced is the fact that the off stage footage seems to focus on Dave and Scott. Kevin even gets a lot of play, and we get to see parts of his comforting personailty that we like, but this is mostly around Scott and Dave. Why haven't the cameras followed Mark an Bruce around as much. Truth is they probably have but there was just so much to edit that when Dave Foley got stuck fixing it together (he wasn't assigned director before all this, but it was his idea to have the cameras anyway) he kept in what he thought was the funniest part (him and Kevin on Conan O'brian after Scott's breakdown), the weirdest (Scott and the dog), and what represents their most typical behaviour (the Laser eye surgery arguement). Although he did keep in a lot of Mark talking about the troupe and his thoughts on what they should do (these conversations seem to focus on him) Bruce remains a mystery. The bonus footage of him and "his fan" keeps this mystery but seems to make up for it. As usual, the sneak peaks of them live are great, though they always leave you wanting to see more. But that's why they released Tour of Duty right after this one.

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