The 4th marks the second Fourth of July comedy to be released this year, and it’s certainly the better flick over Mad Families. The shoestring slacker comedy isn’t necessarily anything to write home about either, but writer/director/star Andre Hyland uses an unusual blend of schadenfreude and repetition to make his audience chuckle.
Fourth of July
Crackle’s Fourth of July comedy Mad Families is a fart in the wind. While that reads as a low blow, I have a feeling the immature filmmakers will actually take that in stride.