Brad Jones, along with his friends, provide comedic and improvised reviews of new films, recorded in a car after a screening at night.

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In 2011 and 2012, the series only lasted throughout the summer, as that was the only time of year the movie theaters were allowing preview screenings. There were a few exceptions, notably the early releases of Paranormal Activity 3 (2011) and The Hunger Games (2012). However, in 2013, the show was bumped up to becoming a year round series when the team's local AMC theaters began showing preview screenings every week of the year. See more »

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an innovative take on the classic Sitcom format
4 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

Upon watching the first few seasons of this series I must say it's a refreshing take on the sitcom format of "Everyone gather in the living room to joke and discuss a topic" of the pre-millenial period that dominated television. This new structure of replacing the upscale open concept living room with the cramped confines of a vehicle simultaneously highlight the emphasis of modern life on 'car culture' and also the growing disconnect people have with the traditional 'home' roles. it's a stunningly brilliant move to place the 4th wall in the windshield area, simple yet effective replacing the television of the traditional set-up. the characters work well together, and the writing is realistic, if not overly so. and there's a solid sense of series continuity. however there is room to improve in cinematography, and choice of location; it can be difficult to see all members of the cast at times. also the cast does need to on occasion rehearse a bit more before committing the scenes to film.

A good show, if flawed. Also it needs more Lloyd.


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