Comic Book Men's Kevin Smith & Bryan Johnson @ The Improv 3/26

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If you read these pages regularly, you'd know that I've soured considerably on Kevin Smith as a director in the years since Dogma, my favorite of his films, and was particularly put out by his war against film critics, despite the fact that it was critics like Amy Taubin who helped get his career started. But his live shows are another thing entirely -- they're always funny. Or at least always mostly funny. Well, Smith will be appearing in Orlando -- and doing a live SModcast with longtime comic foil Bryan Johnson -- on March 26th at the Improv.

Get tickets fast, I'm sure it'll sell out.

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Why, Bry?

Kevin Smith takes you on a terrifying journey inside the life and times of his best friend, Bryan Johnson (aka, Beard-Guy from AMC's COMIC BOOK MEN). Squirm with delight as Big Bry horrifies Kev and the audience with tales of deviltry and debauchery in the Jersey 'burbs!

9101 International Drive

Suite 2310, Pointe Orlando

Orlando, FL 32819

407-480-LAFF (5233)


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