Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Joseph James Bellamy of Reel Zine praises "Inventory"

The first-ever review of Inventory!

Highlights include:
...the kind of lightning-in-a-bottle comedic magic that infused contemporary ensemble classics like “The Breakfast Club” and “Empire Records.”

The film, a grand-slam giggler concerning the exploits of a group of self-obsessed slackers on inventory day at a small furniture retailer, is side-splitting, clock-punching fun. A brilliant spiritual fusion of “Clerks”, ‘Waiting,” and senior study-hall, “Inventory” is a fresh take on what happens when too much time, too many brains, and not enough motivation are left to ferment in a vat of minimum-wage apathy.

...working-class wit, wholesale humor, and the kind of break-room antics that will keep your funny bone working overtime.

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