Who's the Caboose
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When a film crew making a documentary on a rare fatal disease among the homeless stops for a drink at an underground comedy club, it doesn't take long before they decide to turn the attention of their film to the hot and funny stand-up comedian Susan (Sarah Silverman) who is leaving New York and heading to L.A. to land a part in a TV show, unbeknownst to her performance artist boyfriend, Max (Sam Seder). Desperate not to lose Susan, Max chases after her in hopes of bringing her back to the more pure New York scene. As Susan suffers the indignities and compromises her agent (Andy Dick) hopes will make her a star, fate deals Max a winning hand in the form of entertainment lawyer Ken Fold (H. Jon Benjamin). Suddenly Max is the toast of Hollywood and everyone in town wants him. But all he wants is Susan.
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David Earl Waterman (Wotterman in the film) is a genius.
For nostalgia alone, "Who's the Caboose?" is a terrific find. In addition to Silverman and Seder, the movie boasts bit parts and supporting roles populated by names such as David Cross, Andy Dick, Laura Kightlinger, Kathy Griffin, Andy Kindler and H. Jon Benjamin. It's a veritable treasure trove of comic talent--even if not everyone has much to do. Silverman, as an aggressive ingenue, seeks success at any cost while her mild mannered boyfriend Seder becomes a more unexpected Hollywood discovery. Both find their ups and downs in the ruthless entertainment world, but it may not be a land where their romance can survive. Filmed by a fictional documentary crew, the film has the confessional style of modern reality TV and the unsuspecting videographers often become part of the inherent drama.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There are so many great people in this movie. I had heard Sam Seder mention this one many times on his podcast and finally got around to watching and it did not disappoint - Sam... Read morePublished 5 months ago by D. Colletti
I just wasted over an hour of my life. I want it back. I wish I fell asleep during this movie instead of waiting for it to get funny.Published on April 8, 2012 by King Jullian
Really a who's who of comedy now by being a who's who of indy comedy then. Pacing is good. David Cross steals scenes like he always does. Really funny timeless comedy.Published on April 3, 2011 by Juan Vasquez
Very funny and this underrated movie is filled with comedic heavy hitters. I love this movie so much, I actually bought the DVD, which I never do, because it's one of the few... Read morePublished on April 2, 2011 by Chimichurri
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|What about the tv show this was made into 'Pilot Season' ??||
Sam Seder sells the Pilot Season 6 episode DVD himself with extras at his site: http://pilotseasonproductions.e
Apr 1, 2011 by Walter J. Keegan Jr. | See all 2 posts