A porn star, a bank robber and a Shakespearean actor are some of the subjects of Camp Hollywood, a feature documentary about the residents of a legendary Hollywood hotel. Seen through the ... See full summary »
David Julian Hirsh,
A single-camera comedy about coming home again - when home is a comic book store in a suburban strip mall. Warring brothers Terry and Peter are forced to take over the reins of their ... See full summary »
If you hated Kenny VS. Spenny .......you'll love this show!!!!
This television series is smart, clever, off the wall funny, and for audiences above the age of 2. Seinfeld can't act, Woody Allen can't act, Larry David can't act, and neither can Spencer Rice. But, in this day and age, that doesn't matter, it's a comedy series. The show has a very low budget "feel" to it, however the thing is well written, humorous and enjoyable to watch. I laughed out loud many times during each episode. If this show was meant to satisfy the Kenny vs. Spenny audience, the creators made a huge mistake, but if the intention was for the "Spencer persona" to transcend into a new series that is wacky and intelligent at the same time, then they succeeded. All it needs is a bit of time to get the right audience and another season to find it's groove.
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