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We got to watch DRUNK BUS: the coming-of-age comedy that would’ve premiered at SXSW (TRAILER/EXCLUSIVE CLIP)

by Funny Or Die
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This tremendous humorous indie comedy is a drunk take a look at life after school


UPDATE: Drunk Bus now formally has a distribution accomplice (FilmRise), a launch date (Could 21st), and this superior trailer:


Resulting from COVID-19, South By Southwest, together with many different festivals the world over, was not capable of maintain its in-person pageant this 12 months, and whereas a few of its shorts and options opted for short-term digital houses, many of those gems are nonetheless yet-to-be-released to wider distribution.

DRUNK BUS, the debut function comedy from frequent Funny Or Die collaborators and contributors Ghost & Cow (Brandon LaGanke and John Carlucci), is a kind of gems. Written by Chris Molinaro, It stars Charlie Tahan (Ozark) and New York comedy keystone Dave Hill, with a tremendous cameo from a former Saturday Evening Stay solid member (I gained’t wreck the shock, sorry). It’s a hilarious and heartfelt take a look at the paralyzing post-college years of Michael (Tahan), who’s caught driving the Kent Institute of Know-how late evening campus shuttle for drunk school children. His ex-girlfriend moved to New York, and he… didn’t.

After this surprisingly somewhat-dangerous gig lands him a black eye, he befriends his new safety element, Pineapple (Pineapple Tangaroa as himself). The unlikely friendship of two polar opposites (imagine it or not, this shy scrawny white virgin hasn’t led the identical life as this big samoan with tattoos throughout his face) serves because the spine of this half buddy comedy, half street film, half coming-of-age story. It’s stuffed with nice bits, and the right hit of that nostalgic sense of post-college journey from when the entire world is in entrance of you, and each evening is in some way concurrently completely different and the identical.

Along with the good comedic set items that include an ever-changing inhabitants of drunk school children on a bus, this film nails the forms of characters we in some way all met in school, and by no means met earlier than nor since then. Did we think about them? Pineapple appears to fearlessly march to the beat of his personal drum, as if the weirdest child within the room can be the grownup within the room. Devo Ted is the weed vendor obsessive about Devo who makes you keep for bagel bites and has a room stuffed with dynamite in his condominium (the weed vendor on my school campus had a sword assortment and a DIY mini moat that ran all through his condominium). Fred (first launched in voice solely – a voice you’ll actually acknowledge) is Michaels cringey boss who Michael will undoubtedly develop into if he doesn’t get his shit collectively.

After which there’s the supporting solid of ridiculous school children and locals that actually give this story its wealthy depth and authenticity – you get the sense that once they first began penning this, there was a really completely different (lame) model of this film that they may have made – they picked the fitting route on the fork within the street and floored it. Incredible performances from the supporting solid of Pineapple Tangaroa, Kara Hayward, Zach Cherry, Tonatiuh Elizarraraz, Sarah Mezzanotte, and a cameo from Frank Iero (sure, that Frank Iero, of My Chemical Romance) spherical out the world to stay the touchdown of this sharp imaginative and prescient from LaGanke and Carlucci.

This film is a enjoyable celebration we’ll all hopefully be invited to quickly. Within the meantime, take a look at this clip!


Extra data about DRUNK BUS could be discovered at http://www.drunkbusmovie.com/comply with them on social media at @drunkbusmovie

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