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(14845) 7.3 97 min 2017

Brigsby Bear is a movie starring Kyle Mooney, Mark Hamill, and Jorge Lendeborg Jr.. After being freed from his life in an underground bunker, a man sets out to make a movie of the only TV show he has ever known.

Starring
Matt Walsh, Kyle Mooney, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Mark Hamill
Genres
Comedy, Drama
Director
Dave McCary

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Product details

Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy, Drama
Director Dave McCary
Writer Kevin Costello, Kyle Mooney, Kyle Mooney
Stars Matt Walsh, Kyle Mooney, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Mark Hamill
Country USA, China
Also Known As As Aventuras de Brigsby Bear, Brigsby mackó, 布里斯比熊, ブリグズビー・ベア, Die Abenteuer von Brigsby Bär, Miś Brigsby, Meskiukas Brigsbis, L' Ours Brigsby, Lācēna Brigsbija piedzīvojumi
Runtime 1H 37M
Description Brigsby Bear Adventures is a children's TV show produced for an audience of one: James. When the show abruptly ends, James's life changes forever, and he sets out to finish the story himself.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 21 Jul 2020 22:22

The only reason I watched this movie is to see Tony Perkins. He is the greatest "comedian" ever. I love his "Holmes and Watson" and "Reverend" things. He is hilarious in this movie. He also is really funny in "Friends". His character is funny and a lot of people love him, so there is this weird factor that people like Tony Perkins in a comedy. He really is hilarious in this movie. One thing that I will always remember about this movie is that it is an origin story. He is just a little boy that doesn't really know who he is. It is not too far fetched that a child would not really know who he is and even if he did, it still wouldn't be the same as when he is in his 20's. He was playing with the same toys as the ones his father has been playing with since his father was a little boy. He has his friends from his childhood, but he doesn't really know them. It was actually pretty sweet when he had to tell them that he is still growing up, but you really don't need to know his childhood friends. He just wants to be liked and that is all. He really cares for his friends, but they don't know about that. It is funny how he can say one thing in front of a lot of people and then very subtly tell them something very different. That is pretty sweet. The part that is so funny and unique about this movie is that it has a similar theme to "Up". I will always remember "Up" because that movie also has a similar theme. I will always remember that movie because they were the same genre. "Down" is a lot more different than "Up". It is a drama with comedy in it. It is a little bit more dramatic and more dramatic than "Up" because it is a big movie. If you have never seen "Down", then I recommend you see this movie. It is a great movie to watch with friends because it is a great movie for you to watch with your friends. I recommend it to all those who are fans of Tony Perkins, but I am sure it will be a hit with everyone else. It is also a movie you can watch with your little one. I personally think that they do well with their little ones and I really think they can enjoy this movie as well. I recommend this movie to everyone.
Tuesday, 26 May 2020 17:51

Perhaps the plot of "This Ain't No Country For Old Men" and the script of "The Shining" are the two most complex film plots ever to appear in Hollywood. Forgive the trite reference, but neither film "goes for it" nearly as much as "Brigsby Bear." "Brigsby Bear" is a comedy-romance in which the main character, Maddie, is a young single woman in England, a recent college graduate who feels like she's in the middle of nowhere. On a random Saturday night, a man pulls up in his car, and they talk a little, which leads to a casual kiss, followed by a flirtation of sorts. And then it becomes clear that he's not in the mood for the very serious business of romance, so Maddie goes back home to help her mother, and takes a long, long, LONG walk, and ends up in a bar. All the while, her husband goes back to work. When she asks him how he's doing, he gives her a serious look and says, "You know, it's been a long time since I've been back home. I'm tired." As it turns out, he doesn't want a relationship, he wants to be a rock star. When they're trying to have a little fun, they have a little argument. As they sit and talk together, they find out that they both know the truth. This leads to Maddie and her husband discussing marriage. And their romanticism may be a bit of a stretch, but hey, it's a comedy-romance, right? "Brigsby Bear" is just another example of an American film that blends the elements of comedy, romance, and family drama into a complex film. Maddie's parents have an argument, Maddie's sister is constantly embarrassed, and Maddie's husband works late nights and comes home late, so Maddie needs to be the one to keep her family happy. And, at times, the film seems to use this complexity as a crutch, making the audience feel like it's been sucked in by the strong plot. But, even though it's not as subtle as "This Ain't No Country For Old Men" or the power of "The Shining," "Brigsby Bear" is still a fine film, with a couple of good laughs. The characters in "Brigsby Bear" are all interesting, but I have to give the nod to the two leads, Tom and Maddie. Tom, a British ex-con who has been caught up in a high-stakes drug deal, is really good at portraying someone who is trying to figure out how to not end up like his ex-con ex-wife, and Maddie is really good at portraying someone who is trying to figure out how to be a mother to her two children. Maddie is a bit awkward at first, but she does show some growth in her character as the movie goes on, and at the end of the movie, I was really feeling for her. (Spoiler: the next morning, when she wakes up, she discovers that she's pregnant.) And Tom, as the older brother who is not as happy about his marriage, is a really great character, too. The ending is a bit of a surprise, too, because at the beginning of the movie, when Maddie and her husband were talking about marriage, Maddie said that Tom should have known that it wasn't the right move for them. And here, in the end, when they see that the relationship is working, they go back to work. Maddie goes back home to be with her parents, and they discuss the problems with their marriage. They also talk about the kids. And then Tom says, "What do you think about marriage? Would you like it?" Maddie's response is: "I don't know if I could handle it." And this really struck a chord with me, because she's all for it, and when she says this, it's clear that she truly has no idea what she wants out of the relationship. Even though Tom says that he has no idea what
Monday, 18 May 2020 09:33

A major mistake for a major film maker. This is not a comedy. It's not a romantic comedy. It's not a dramatic drama. It's not a love story. It's just a real depiction of a bunch of people going about their daily lives, hanging out in a small town, drinking a lot, hanging out with their neighbors. Their routine is something many of us have experienced. That's what makes it so unique and unique. Some people like it, some people don't. It just may be something to remember. This is a film that I really don't understand. How could such an astonishingly profound film be such a disappointment? One word. VANESSA. The best part of this movie is how unbelievable the sex scene is. You would have never known that the film was about sex if you didn't know that that was how the sex scene was set up. This movie was made in America, which means it's highly pretentious, pretentious, pretentious. I found myself laughing aloud during the film. People say that this film is a picture of the American dream. It's not. This film is a picture of one group of people going about their life. I don't know how or why. It's just a small-town American, doing what they do. That's all it is. I guess that it's just a great look at what life is. It's a lot of fun to watch and a lot of people enjoy it. But, what the heck, it's really fun to watch. I'm not the biggest fan of Oscar-winning movies, but this one definitely deserves a win. It deserves a lot of people appreciating it. Go out and see it. It's really great.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 15:50

Seen before. Seen again. Like lots of other reviewers, I've seen this movie in theaters and home videocassettes. I thought it was also a good film to get a beer with friends to discuss how much better it is than those old 90's films. Like most that have seen it, I was blown away by the strength of the acting. Sean Penn's performance was one of his best. Where is the James Caan? That was the other standout performance. And now, to comment on "Bridesmaids." The movie was quite long and the film that was on the DVD's play time didn't make much sense to me. Like a joke. I could barely keep it together to watch the film. I am not into movies with pre-interval clips. This is a movie. There's lots of talking. I just don't get it. I'm sorry to say that I have a problem with that. I am impressed by a lot of the acting, as is always the case with John Hughes. As for the book, the movie leaves me as yet baffled as to why I liked it so much. I don't understand it. I see that the majority of the movie's fans felt the same way as I did. Most of the movie's jokes don't work. It seems to me that the focus of the movie was on the main character and her relationship to the husband. Where is the comedy in that? Why am I telling you this? But it was still funny. The other funny thing about this film is the fact that I saw it with a group of friends who all liked "The Mummy." All the others hated it. This was a good example of what can happen when you put an all-star cast in a film with some old material. One good thing about that film was that I had a few laughs along the way. The same thing was also true of the book. So, if you liked "The Mummy," don't expect much of a laugh here. I thought the film was good. The movie was a bit long, but it kept me entertained and I enjoyed the chemistry of the cast. The one weak spot was the acting. And I don't mean the acting. The script was not very good. There were a few instances where characters would say one line. Then they would follow up with another line of dialogue. Most of the lines came at the end. But if you've seen "The Mummy," you can just ignore those instances. I liked the humor. All in all, I enjoyed the movie, but I still have some problems with it.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 11:09

I like Russell Brand a lot. I watched this with him in the London filming of Broadchurch, and was blown away by the way he used this character and the way he led it. The setting is wonderfully stark and bleak. A moment that I'll always remember for me is when his character is told that he has to leave the circus, which he has been working for for over a year. His response is to burst out laughing and chat a lot to himself. At first you may find it annoying, but as the movie progresses, it becomes more comfortable, and he has a lot more control over it, more control than usual. It's funny to see how quickly it goes downhill for him. There's a perfect scene where his character says to a non-comedian, "This is going to be my best performance in years". While this comment is about what you'd expect from a comedian, it's also about the right kind of performer, and what he says is true. Russell Brand shows up, slaps a lot of fun at himself, and then gets the audience laughing. I'm glad he made a follow-up, because I doubt he'd have enjoyed it if he'd made it another year. His character has an interesting arc, the only ones really in the movie are his boss and the manager. The rest are largely one-dimensional stereotypes of circus people. The best performance is done by Emily Mortimer, as the manager. She's tough, but also very charismatic. The scene that stood out to me was when she asks if he's "gonna take the cake out of the park", and he makes a joke about eating jelly babies. While I don't think she was ever nominated for an Oscar, she did great in this movie. Russell Brand is charming, funny, and amazing, and I hope he gets nominated for Best Actor, and I hope this movie is nominated for Best Picture. I don't think it will get that many, but I'm hoping it does.


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