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Joel David Moore
Joel David Moore,
Although very short and likely lesser-known, I really like it. The short length might actually be one reason why its tolerable, but I did find myself wanting them to be longer.
The green screen and models are obvious at times but actually makes the scenes even funnier. There is one scene where you can tell there are stunt actors and some miscalculations on compositing, but it's minimal and I did remember that this was for laughs. The hilarity of everything really is pretty darn awesome. When I watched the previews before the premiere, the comedic timing was little awkward and was unsure how this would turn out. But, upon actually watching it's a good one. Ed Helms and Zachary Levi make an interesting and funny pair
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