The gang decides to give up their backstabbing ways and embrace the giving spirit of the holiday season. Of course if you know Charlie, Dennis, Mac, Dee, and Frank, you realize that this is... See full summary »
A bored bank teller's life changes dramatically when two teams of crazy robbers hold up his branch. The main characters are held hostage and fall victim to the comedic version of The Stockholm Syndrome.
This short film was yet another peek into the vivid imagination of Jesse Lawler, and those who dare to surround him.
Scapegoats, not unlike prior Lawler shorts, does a great job of taking the viewer into a world that lies just beneath the one most of us live in, and could easily be our next-door-neighbor's, if so...in the case of Scapegoats, it's time to move! The fast-paced theme of "it happened this way" among several roommates, had me laughing.
The range of comedic ability was strong among the cast (Feinman, Honey, and Melvin), who I'd only previously viewed in dramatic shorts.
I highly recommend this short to anyone needing a laugh, hey...can you blame me?
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