In the likes of Clerks and Office Space, Cinema Six ranks up there to those great slacker comedies filled with raunchy humor, profane dialog, and jobs you hate but stay at to hang with friends and shield you from the harsh reality of having to grow-up. Mason (John Merriman) who has worked at the Stanton Family Cinemas longer than any adult should, just recently became manager. But despite having a wife and child to support, he still refuses to leave the comfort of the movie theater for a job with his father-in-law that would better support his young family. His friend Dennis (Brand Rackley) who after his engagement ended, dropped out of college and came back to work at the theater to take out his frustrations on the customers. And then there is Gabe (Mark Potts) who lives in the projection room, fears going to college and has a bad case of anxiety whenever he talks to Emaline (Madi Goff), his dream girl.
Along with great character development, there are some seriously talented actors in here who know how to exert proper comic timing that convinces you one day these actors will be playing in some Judd Apatow film. This is a film that is constantly funny and for those individuals who still aren't ready to grow up and face reality.
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