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Best F(r)iends Volume 1Jon Kortina is a young whose fate puts him in the way of a weird mortician called Harvey Lewis. Jon was searching for a job and Harvey offers him a work in his mortuary. By passing time together, they become friends and start a new business together selling golden things that they collect from the dead's teeth.
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Critic Reviews of "Best F(r)iends Volume 1"Concrete PlaygroundJuly 16, 2018
It won't tear you apart with laughter or leave you wondering how it got made, but very few films can manage that.The Sunday AgeJuly 14, 2018
Los Angles lore is referenced but never pursued, and director Justin MacGregor leans into the piecemeal ludicrousness with stylised sequences that embrace self-deprecating mockery.Film InquiryJuly 03, 2018
To really enjoy this picture, one must require severe acclimatisation to the 'so bad it's good' style of filmmaking, the only discernible way to get the most out of Justin MacGregor's tame debut.We Got This CoveredApril 04, 2018
While it doesn't top the eccentricity of Wiseau's cult favorite, Best F(r)iends is written by a man who understands, probably more than anybody, the appeal behind The Room's creator.Film ThreatApril 02, 2018
Tone deaf at almost every turn, Best F(r)iends won't have the same legs as The Room but could offer a night of fun with some of your closest f(r)iends. It's terrible.Birth.Movies.Death.April 02, 2018
As for the film itself, director Justin MacGregor certainly plays into the absurdity of the script's strange premise and twisted plotting.Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Alberta)March 29, 2018
The cinematography is half-way decent, the performances that aren't Wiseau's are enjoyable in the traditional sense, and the film moves at a steady clip, with no issues in continuity or plot.
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