Wet Hot American Summer: : Minseries (2017)


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  • Aug 13, 2017
    Perhaps a smaller cast would have gone a long way to fixing some of the problems in this follow-up series, but Wet Hot American Summer has clearly run dry. For what few jokes that they can land, they show some signs of life in the series, but with the terrible new cast additions (looking at you, HankMed) and overall pacing issues, perhaps Camp Firewood isn't worth returning to.
  • Aug 09, 2017
    Major disappointment! Loved the movie and the prequel, but this one was a big ol' mess! Waste of an amazing cast. And the whole, "this didn't really happen" explanation is such a lazy cop-out. Prequel was dumb-funny witty with tons of heart and raunchy comedy. This one was just dumb with tons of poop jokes/gags that fell flat. Don't head back to this camp!
  • Aug 07, 2017
    Something's got to give, I didn't enjoy this as much as the previous iterations. Others mentionned the cast was too big, I agree. What helped the prequel was that everyone was recognizable as their character, this time around, half the time I had no idea who was who. No way to go back to watch the original because it's no longer available on Netflix, that's pretty dumb. Lastly, there are way too many fucking positive reviews by critics, that is fucking bullshit.
  • Aug 07, 2017
    This show defines what is so great about the age of Netflix. The freedom creators David Wain and Michael Showalter were obviously given is on full display. It works far more than it doesn't. The self awareness. The parody in a parody. The self-referential absurdity. Grab a basket of clean laundry to fold and revel in the golden age of creativve [sic] anachronism.
  • Aug 06, 2017
    Packed full of jokes and so much subtle humour. You can tell they really had a lot of fun with this and it is a great nostalgic trip for those who have seen its predecessor.
  • Aug 04, 2017
    "Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later" is the reunion we've all been waiting for... and it's as ridiculously plotted and hilariously vulgar as fans of the film and prior season would expect. To be clear, to enjoy this season, you must be familiar with the prior installments. Now, as the show collects it's characters and brings them back to Camp Firewood once again, each cameo delivers the kind of joy your anticipation hopes for. Even though a few former characters are missing, the replacements and additions bring a new flare to Summer. The rivalry between Andy and Deegs is the stuff of legend, absolutely hilarious; and man have I missed Gene and Mitch. "Ten Years Later" is just the kind of weird, relentlessly funny sitcom the summer of 2017 needs. In just under four hours, it's an easy binge watch... but to be honest, I wish camp lasted longer. Walla-walla hoo! Walla-walla-hey! Kim-chu-ay! Rated 4.5 out of 5. Reviewed 8/4/17.

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