The Mook Brothers are here to make the world safe again...for comedy. Old school slapstick comedy for both young and old is back! The Mook Brothers are bringing back the madcap comedy short... See full summary »

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3 wins. See more awards »
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Alysha Arcey ...
Ma Mook
Rob Brown ...
Cop #1
Chris De Troy ...
Photographer
Bill Edwards ...
Cop #2
Justin Lewis ...
Lloyd, the Bartender
Chant MacLeod ...
Antonion Spagoni
Joe Molino ...
Gaspipe Louie
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Cat Pedini ...
Bubbles
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Dingo Mook
Sam Reich ...
Bum (as Samuel Reich)
Emily Rouch ...
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Bobby Timony ...
Duck Mook
Kerry Timony ...
Mary
Peter Timony ...
Colby Mook

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The Mook Brothers are here to make the world safe again...for comedy. Old school slapstick comedy for both young and old is back! The Mook Brothers are bringing back the madcap comedy short subject, with an edgy and biting wit. They malign, abuse and pain themselves all for your amusement! Written by Anon

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Comedy Comes in Threes See more »

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Short | Comedy

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$20,000 (estimated)
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The Mook Brothers perform all of their own stunts and pratfalls. See more »

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In the golf cart in "Duck's 15 Minutes", you can see the corner of the clamp holding the camera on the top of the screen. See more »

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stay away. far away
31 May 2006 | by (ny) – See all my reviews

First of all, let me start by saying that where I come from mook is not a name someone would give themselves voluntarily. That being said, comedy of this ilk does attempt to harken back to a different time but its influences are as blatant as the sun in August. Even the most uninitiated in the "old school" of comedy can easily recognize the derivative nature of this short. The Marx Brothers style of characterization, the exaggerated situations of the classic screwball comedies and even the one straight man/two clueless characters dynamic which seems lifted directly from The Three Stooges. There is a reason that this style of comedy did not transition into the modern age, it simply wasn't that funny. Please don't get me wrong, The Marx Brothers et al. were all talented performers. But The Marx Brothers these guys ain't. They display neither the social commentary of early Marx Brothers nor the timing of the Stooges, performers who actually do display "comedic synchronicity". However, the technical aspects of this particular short were very well carried out, particularly in the editing and sound recording department. I think the overall professional look that it maintains is responsible for its award winning status, surely not its content.


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