Win a Trip to Browntown

Win a Trip to Browntown

Lastly, the good feeling story we’ve all been waiting for, especially if you’ve been waiting for a Hallmark movie about butt sex. In the comedy of George A. Tramountanas, Win a trip to Browntown, the writer / director appears as Frank Tsigas, a writer who gave up his dream of becoming a professional screenwriter to raise a family. Each year, he enters the local Pitchfest competition as a way to keep his writing dream alive.

Just before a night of love harassment, Frank’s wife, Laura (Kendra McDermott), suggests he may lose some weight to build his confidence for Pitchfest. As an incentive, Laura promises that if Frank can lose 35 pounds, she will let his “D” set the “A.” Frank immediately accepted the challenge and found the real motivation to lose weight. He records all the weight loss / anal experience on his anonymous blog.

The more he writes about his wife’s praise, the more popular the blog will be. Frank’s private fix will soon become a viral sub – Reddit, and the world will start asking about the identity of the secret blogger. If you know anything about comedies, well …

How was this done? There is nothing sexual, salacious, or vulgar here. It’s all a locker room conversation. The fact that Gravitas Ventures has taken Win a trip to Browntown under its wing I have paid my respects to the organization. As the plot unfolded, I kept asking myself if this was really happening? If so, what will happen in the end (referring to the statement, my sick readers)?

“Laura Laura promises that if Frank can lose 35 pounds, she will let him put it ‘D’ in her ‘A’. ”

For me, daring storytelling covers many weaknesses. Complex marked baby is unique to the way Tramountanas tells this story as well as the overall humorous tone. Strangely, if not for the subject, this could be a working family movie. No one is naked, especially Frank. Instead, the adult content takes place entirely in open conversations about sex, masturbation, and butt stuff – all talked about by adult adults, if relatively young.

There is a charm to Win a trip to Browntown found in his story of family and desire. Frank is at an emergency crossroads. He has a happy family with a loving wife and children, but every year at Pitchfest, he is reminded of a dream that is yet to be fulfilled and may never be. Now add anal to the mix, and you have a comedy that works. It’s good, clean fun… well, as clean as lump stuff gets.

The only weakness is the acting. It comes off as a bit of a stiff, common problem of indie comedies. It feels like actors are delivering lines with a script rather than a natural dialogue. This style of acting in comedies seems like something too wink-at-the-camera. I really wanted to see an open conversation between husband and wife.

In the end, Win a trip to Browntown is a light-hearted, fun comedy about the “end.” This is a once in a lifetime story that could only come from the mind of an independent filmmaker. You do not want to be bothered to lose it. You might even want to use it as a teaching time for your kids. I know it won’t, but someone can. It’s perfect if you’re up for a good laugh or enjoy climbing the brown shark, drilling for chocolate, taking the lesser road, following the Augustus Gloop, or driving on the Hershey Highway…

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