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Big Time in Hollywood, FL Season 1 Episodes 2 & 3 Review: “Intervention”/”Rehabilitation” | TVOM

TVOM: "Big Time in Hollwood, FL is like a season of Key and Peele meets Burn After Reading: laced with the cinematic homages of the former, and the under-appreciated ironic comedy of the Coen brothers film (with a bit of Eastbound and Down sprinkled on top), Big Time has established itself as a unique little serialized comedy in its first three episodes on air. What it does, it does very well: be it the constant shift into cinematic absurdity, nodding to everything from 28 Days Later to The Wolfman and The Shawshank Redemption in the space of a single half-hour. While this doesn’t necessarily lend itself to rewarding stories about its cast of characters – in fact, the format of the show almost demands it doesn’t do this – it does make for some hilariously outrageous comedy."

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