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Cast: Rich Camp, Audrey DelPrete, Derek Colantuono, Alex Pires, Jeff Desisto, Matt Zuena, Elaine Pelino
"A Guy Going Crazy" is a comedic web series that tells the story of a budding comedian/filmmaker, Felix. He dreams of being a big time film maker in Hollywood, he even has a friend/agent who likes his work and is prepared to help him get his break. But Felix's world is about to turn upside down. It starts when he gets a call from his agent who tells him that he received a promotion and can no longer help him get started which shatters all of Felix's dreams. And to make matters worse he has to put up with his now impatience girlfriend, his mom who keeps putting him down and keeps trying to hook his girlfriend up with other men and his loser friends who mean well but always seem to make Felix's life more difficult.
Will Felix be able to live out his dream and become a big filmmaker in Hollywood? Will his girlfriend stick by his side regardless? Will his mom finally be more supportive and will his friends become even more annoying? All those answers are within this seven episode web series from Writer, Rich Camp and Director, Chris Esper.
Right from the start I noticed how great this series looked and the sound was fantastic as well, I also liked Felix right from the start, you really feel for the guy with all the hilarious problems in his life. I also liked the way that Felix talked directly to the audience "Ferris Bueller" style.
"A Guy Going Crazy" has a lot going for it, Camp's writing is not only very funny but it also has a some sensitivity to it which allows you to care easily about the main character and Esper's direction is flawless. I loved this series and was in laugh out loud mode through out. I was also left wanting more which is always a good sign when it comes to a series. They are shopping "A Guy Going Crazy" now on the Festival circuit so it should not take long before everyone gets their chance to check out this great series.
"A Guy Going Crazy" is about as good as it gets, it is engaging, hilarious and it has a cast that really delivers, Camp himself plays Felix and is brilliant at it. Add Chris Esper, a Director who is really starting to make some noise on the Indie scene and you have yourself an awesome series that fans of comedy will love. Do yourself a favor and check this one out when you get the chance.
***** Out Of *****