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Film Review - Mascots


The last time Christopher Guest directed a feature, it was 2006’s “For Your Consideration.” After riding high with faux documentaries such as “Best in Show,” “Waiting for Guffman,” and “A Mighty Wind,” Guest seemed tired of the comedic routine, using “For Your Consideration” to test some tonal challenges, which gradually soiled the jokes. After a decade-long break from movies, Guest returns with “Mascots,” but his fatigue hasn’t abated, putting in half-hearted effort with a surefire concept. The film isn’t without laughs, but there’s substantial distance between chuckles, making the bulk of the viewing experience a waiting game for Guest to spring to life and deliver the crushing gags and eccentric personalities that once came so easily to him. Read the rest at


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