“In high school, I wished on a monkey’s paws that more people liked the things I liked, and that backfired because now we have a lot of ‘Star Wars’ and superheroes. more heroic than I can keep up,” Abramson (above) tells us.
Good. Now I know who to blame when the bros and bots of superheroes with the happy hashtag flood my inbox whenever I even breathe the word “Batman”. THANK YOU! He said the show was born because he needed to make amends for disappointing Martin Scorsese with the results of the aforementioned monkey’s foot wish. “This show is for enjoying the movies,” he said. “Even if you haven’t seen the movies we’re parodying, you get some of the best comedians in LA’s alternative comedy scene doing the wildest things they can think of. .”
Abramson hopes that the show will help foster a bit of a community, or fandom, that revolves around a love of cinema. “The major franchises have all of these opportunities for deep laughs and the chance to become fans, why can’t we give Richard Linklater’s ‘Before’ trilogy an evening of overflowing celebration? flooded?” Abramson said. “I want people to dress up as their favorite ’12 Angry Men’ character, you know what I mean?” Now’s the perfect opportunity to break the Jack Klugman “Juror #5” cosplay that I’ve overlooked.
https://www.slashfilm.com/948620/the-alamo-drafthouse-la-is-hosting-a-movie-mash-up-sketch-comedy-show-and-youre-invited/ The Alamo Drafthouse LA is hosting a sketch comedy show and you’re invited