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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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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 friend...no one is safe

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10 January 2000 (Canada)  »

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CAD 50,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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Mediocrity in Black and White
19 June 2005 | by (Vancouver, BC) – See all my reviews

Brewster McGee is a laboured made-in-Vancouver comedy with very little going for it. It was obviously a student film and features broad actors each doing a different accent. The character of Brewster is an arrogant, foul mouthed, redneck, who lives out of his car, and parks in a fast food parking lot every day, spouting his philosophies to his best friend, a hippie. They befriend an emotional fast food employee, hang out and ... the end.

The film is extremely short, and perhaps for the best. If it has anything going for it, it's the stylish black and white cinematography. The end credits border on Ed Woodian territory as they go on for a full twelve minutes, listing the crew while simultaneously giving us a tracking shot of Vancouver's notorious East Hastings Street.


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