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The Romp of Romps
Some people like other movies. Some people like Pizza House 2 or Runaway Devilskinbaby. Not me. The movie for me is Glamarus.
The first feature film by Dylan Greenberg(You may also be familiar with her from her music as Disck), Glamarus brings really cool and intriguing visuals together with laffs galore and a plot that you are challenged to assemble yourself. Musical and acting performances by Dylan's friends shine and really bring out the vibes that made her earlier short films so genuinely fun, but still the film maintains serious professionalism and technique.
Thanks so much for this great full length feature JAM, Dylan. I can't wait for the next one.
A semi-funny goof and a spoof
Okay, so my turn. First I wanna say something to all the people not familiar with Tim and Eric who watched this movie and hated it: I'm really, really disappointed in you, okay? Because this film is obviously not intended for you. It was made for people who like these guys and like they're brand of comedy, and even the filmmakers themselves know that. The day after the film's On Demand release, I was kind of surprised to see how many people who didn't know T&E spent $9.99 on this movie knowing nothing about it. I know they knew nothing about it because they complained about the film with what seemed like very, very little knowledge of our favorite comedy duo. Okay, onto the review. The film was honestly pretty awesome. Although it's aimed at fans of Awesome Show and Tom Goes To The Mayor, it is not an Awesome Show movie. It's not even associated with Adult Swim or Williams Street. It's a completely separate Tim and Eric project. Which explains why it might feel a little bit different from what you're used to. And of course, a Tim and Eric film project without lovable characters like Doctor Steve Brule, Carol and Tom Peters would ordinarily sound...Pretty not fun. But it's actually a really great flick. And fans of Awesome Show will be satisfied with cameos from James Quall, David Liebe Hart, Kent, Armando and Palmer Scott. Michael Q. Schmidt and Ron Austar are absent from the film, as is Richard Dunn (R.I.P) but this is made up for by the introduction of Tim's son, Jeffery. He's not too great an actor, but he's perfect for T&E's comedic styling. The next thing they make should definitely include him. The fact that it didn't feel like Awesome Show was a little strange, though, because it was out of my comfort zone. I mean, I know I can't expect T&E to do Awesome Show forever, but I guess it's just sort of what I'm used to. The other thing is that there were parts that felt too much like a traditional R-rated comedy (The Hangover, Stepbrothers, etc) such as the masturbation scene. I know a lot of people are bitching about the celebrity cameos, but I actually thought they were pretty funny, particularly Will Ferrel as Damien Weebs. Not into Taquito, though.
In short, though, Great Job!