Coffee Town

2013

Comedy

192
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 4,752

Synopsis


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Ben Schwartz as Gino
Jake Johnson as Roommate
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800.73 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
87 min
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1.61 GB
1920×1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
87 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by horizon2008 9 / 10 / 10

An angel of a comedy

I'm actually not much of a comedy movie fan, why? Because most really aren't worth wasting your time on. I am a fan of undiscovered movie gems though, and this really is one of those. I laughed very loud at so many of the scenes I couldn't count them all. It's very funny, very close to the line at times, and feels fresh all the way through. It has charm in spades. I will be recommending this to those who like a good comedy, though once again, I still hate Adam Sandler (and his cronies) so given that some intelligence probably went into making this little flick, Sandlerites may pass.

Reviewed by Jehosaphet 7 / 10 / 10

Wow, what a surprise!

This is one of those films that grabbed me right off the bat with it's true-to-life dialogue and immensely fun detailing of the small but hilarious things we all experience in daily life but have never taken the time to put into words. It's the movie version of GOOD stand-up comedy, and while I'm not much of a reviewer, I wasn't ten minutes into this before I felt an insatiable obligation to share the pleasure with someone. Which seems like a natural sentiment considering how much charm this movie derives from its relatability. The plot is simple enough and seems sufficiently outlined in IMDb's summary, so I won't repeat it here. Note: For fans of, "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia", Glenn Howerton brilliantly deadpans the same type of semi-sociopath we've grown to...love to laugh and shake our heads at. He makes this film a treat. But what makes this movie truly engaging is its ability to produce a seemingly nonstop stream of jokes so personally relevant to the viewer and our daily lives, as to make one feel as if they're just as much of an insider to the humor as they are a witness. The dialogue's pace is its other strong suit. An off-hand remark may be overlooked by the characters as their attention is diverted elsewhere (along with the viewers') and and may have you intermittently wishing for a pause button in order to better relish just how funny these gems are. But by maintaining its momentum, the movie is allowing the viewer to catch some of these fastballs themselves, which of course, makes them that much more enjoyable. I'd compare its pacing with that of NBC's 30 Rock, but by replacing Rock's off-brand style of quirky jokes with the off-beat dialogue of a quirky character? The increase in humor just explodes exponentially. Really, this movie is THAT funny. If you're anything like me and not generally a laugh out loud type of person when it comes to cinema, I'll bet you'll find yourself coming out of this feeling like I did...that you really didn't have much of a choice in the matter! Many Kudos to CollegeHumor for that rare comedy that you'll probably want to watch again immediately after your first viewing so as to be better prepared for the onslaught of funny.

Reviewed by amanda-252-937688 7 / 10 / 10

This is where Kevin Smith used to be

I found this film by accident and am glad I did. What a great film, great comic timing, a great storyline and a great cast. Yes I thought the film was great. The film harks back to the films Kevin Smith made in the beginning of his career and I wish he had continued. I thoroughly enjoyed this film from its brilliant and creative opening credits to its little jokes in the end credits. There were actual laugh out loud moments and I really think that Josh Groban stole the show. The cast worked well together and they all seemed to enjoy the film. The extras, down to Phil's happy birthday opera being dismissed was really funny. Those who hate politically incorrect jokes may not enjoy the film as much as I did, but if you just enjoy a joke for the sake of a joke then this film is one to see.

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