Brewster McGee (2000)

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A disturbingly dark comedy about a couple of obsessive misfits who attempt to stalk, befriend, and, ultimately, destroy a lonely fast-food restaurant employee.



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Brewster McGee
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Reid Edwards ...
Shawna Humber ...
Woman in Sportscar
Eric Legaspi ...
Man in Sportscar
Suzanne Mah ...
Lipstick Lady
Melanie Mitchell ...
Alessandra Piovera ...
Cola Poster Model
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A look at what happens to big ideas in small minds. Brewster and his hippie buddy Malcolm are a couple of dangerously obsessive misfits who spend their lives together hatching grandiose marketing strategies and improbable get-rich-quick schemes from the confines of a rusted-out jalopy in the parking lot of the Chicken Hut. Their twisted attempts to ensnare a lonely unsuspecting employee of the that establishment into their low-rent world meets with disturbing results. Written by Maria Vivas

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Brewster McGee wants to make a new one is safe





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Release Date:

10 January 2000 (Canada)  »

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CAD 50,000 (estimated)

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1.33 : 1
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Low Budget Gem, Delivers many laughs
1 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Brewster McGee is a hilarious black comedy, written and directed by Ross Munro who does a great job capturing the eccentric low rent mood of the film. With a simple story about Brewster McGee (Brent Neale) a profane loser who sits outside in a Chicken Hut parking lot with his gentle hippie accomplice Malcolm (Reid Edwards) trying to turn his big plans into reality. Brent Neale who plays Brewster McGee does a good job in letting the audience feel a twisted compassion for his unlikeable character as he takes advantage of pathetic, heartbroken Oliver and thinks up impracticable get rich quick schemes. The film which was shot in 16mm black and white and with such a low budget (50,000 dollars Canadian) this small independent film did what it could with money restraints and yet still has more heart and soul than most blockbuster movies. Though it's not perfect, I assure you its worth while to see and entertains the open eye with its intense dialogue and creative plot.

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