There are so many talented people in this movie. Here are they: Perry Smith… Dad Katie Bode… Mom (and a bunch of other random stuff on this vid) Brad Schulz… Doctor (and lighting) Ryan Mitchell… Bank President Me…. Candy Bank President Will Hyler… Steve Nash (and director of photography) Brian Rowe… Shrek
And introducing Preston Strother as Travis! I say “introducing”, but he has more professional credits to his name than anyone I’ve worked with. Thank you, Preston, for stooping down to my level.
One of the best parts of having some mild internet success is getting to read what strangers think of my work! Sometimes, people call me gay and leave behind no trail of information. But some commenters have a rich life outside of making up elaborate ways to insult my videos. Let’s take a look at these folks with a new segment called…
Meet the Commenters!
First up, we’ll look at the comments on my video “Dave Matthews Live”.
Click below to meet the kind of people who disagree with my exceedingly accurate Dave Matthews impression.
This week, I accomplished something impressive: 5 days at Universal in a row. This was a common thing last summer, but this summer, it is quite a task to get through. Why? Well, I shall map it out with an equation if you’ll continue below:
You might think that the only resident of my house who can make elaborate tributes to themselves is BrianRowe. But I too have put much effort into reevaluating past ideas. In fact, my personal favorite cinematic accomplishment, President Brown, was actually based on a movie I made once before.
Less of a movie than an elaborate scheme by Ryan Mitchell and I to make many of our friends read the worst monologue in history, delivered by a fake president. We only got one guy to do it. Years later, that monologue became the basis for Martin Van Buren’s monologue in the movie, and the story of President Brown was told in full. Compare the two!
I’ve decided to throw some of my stuff on Funnyordie.com, starting with “Host Barn”. If you haven’t seen it, give it a watch below, then, assuming you enjoy it, click “Funny”, not “Die”. Simple enough? I appreciate it as always.
In other news, Collegehumor.com vid #3 should be up soon. It’s gonna be a good one.