Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs the Reverend

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IMDb Rating 7.1 10 2,552

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December 20, 2020

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Cast

Amy Sedaris as Annabelle
Ellie Kemper as Katie
Jane Krakowski as Patricia
Jon Hamm as Narrator
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656.45 MB
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
80 min
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1.32 GB
1920×1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
80 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Brycemesser 10 / 10 / 10

One Fudging awesome adventure!

This is Kimmy Schmidt at its best. No matter what option you choose you usually always get a laugh and besides the choices, it's a really good movie that adds onto Kimmy and her friends' lives without ruining anything set up in the series. I absolutely loved it and I've already watched it more than once!

Reviewed by jwwalrath-227-85487 10 / 10 / 10

One of the better interactive stories

This follow-up special to the comedy The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is one of those interactive programs that have been popping up on Netflix. This was a pretty fun experience. First off, like the original show there are a ton of very funny lines. Also like the show, I felt there were a fair amount of types of jokes that the writers were more into than the audience is. (All the bits about Titus (Tituss Burgess) being lazy get old). Though not the first to interactive stories, this special has it's own spin. Given Kimmy's emotionally stunted nature, this special specifically pays homage to the Choose-Your-Own-Adventure stories. Now, the amount of basic storylines you can go through only goes so far. (Unless you're a completionist, you'll probably go through 1-3 viewings.) However, the writers seem to realize this. The same scenes can alter in lines or be extended based on choices. The viewer is even rewarded for choosing the same options twice. Also like CYOA, there are dead ends that are often some of the cleverest bits and provide some fun moments of the characters talking directly to the audience. The cast remains strong. The special manages to include all the regularly recurring characters. Ellie Kemper continues to do an excellent job as Kimmy. She has such range being able to switch from childish to serious perfectly. Jon Hamm returns as the evil Richard Wayne Gary Wayne and continues to kill it. I feel guilty liking the performance, because the character has done such terrible, deplorable things but almost every line of his is gold. Daniel Radcliffe appears in this as Kimmy's fiance, and having a great sense of comedy he fits in perfectly. He works really well off of Kemper. (Although, I felt Radcliffe was a subject of too many obvious, broad British jokes.) The special looks great, continuing the show's brightly colored and lit aesthetic. Overall, I recommend this. However, if you're one of those people who may have felt the show dropped in quality after season 1, be forewarned that this does feel like that part of the show.

Reviewed by hungry_nirupam 10 / 10 / 10

The Most fun!!!

Ok, listen up I don't really like choose your own adventures. Bandersnatch wasn't what it cracked up to be but gotta say this new Kimmy movie is so damn funny!! Every choice we take, good or bad, is HILARIOUS and good thing is we don't really have to repeat stuff again and again! It's done right! Glad to see the core four back! I love all of them but gotta give a shoutout to Jane Krakowski because I love her so much! The guest actors are pretty funny too! Story wise, it actually adds to the main series so that's great. GO ON HAVE FUN NOW!!!!

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