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The Movie Preview Review with Kevin Bartini

Comedian Kevin Bartini and friends review movies after only watching their previews. An hilarious conversation about movies with some of today's best comedy stars.
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Now displaying: May, 2017
May 25, 2017

Musician, actor, author and comedian Dave Hill, who will be in the upcoming season of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, join us tells us his journey from being a musician to being a comic and how his band, Valley Lodge, wrote the theme song for John Oliver's Last Week Tonight. We explore the difference of working in comedy vs working in finance,  the dangers of quoting movies too much, and we try to figure out when the best time to die is.  Plus we review The House, The Big Sick, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri after only watching their previews. 

May 18, 2017

Actor and comedian Connor Ratliff joins again to tell us about his roles in two new Netflix movies Coin Heist and The Discovery, and his work on and the origin of Comedy Central's The President's Show.  We ponder if sharks are evil, play the game Guess the Plot, and go into detail about the differences between Seltzer Water and Club Soda. Plus we review Despicable Me 3, 47 Meters Down, and Moving Day after only watching their previews.

May 11, 2017

One of favorite guests, Carole Montgomery, returns to to tell us about her new blog 'The Year Before 60'. We catch up with the Core 4 as it's been a month since we've all been in the same room. We figure out a strategy for Jess to never get sick again, Adam gets on a mini soap box, and learn what classic monster has become OP.  Plus we review The Mummy, It Comes at Night, and Coin Heist after only watching their previews. 

May 4, 2017

Improvisor and comedian David Carl swings by again to tell us about his new one man show Trump Lear, it's Trump doing King Lear. We share tales of bachelorette and bachelor parties, figure out when Bollywood will invade America, and take on NASCAR. Plus we review Rough Night, Cars 3, and Brahman Naman after only watching their previews. 

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