Trailer Park Boys (2001) - Comedy, Crime

Hohum Score

1

Breathtaking

Three petty felons have a documentary made about their life in a trailer park.

IMDB: 8.4
Director:
Stars: John Paul Tremblay, Robb Wells
Length: 30 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-MA
Reviews: 7 out of 135 found boring (5.18%)

One-line Reviews (28)

" Thank you Mike Clattenburg, JP, Rob and Mike Smith for the most entertaining seven seasons to ever grace a television screen.

This show is by far, the most entertaining, funny, and original show to ever come out of my home province of Nova Scotia.

The thing is the shows in Canada are either great and original, or tried and boring.

Trashy but very enjoyable .

That means we remember the jokes from the previous episode as we dive into the next, which also means that if you only have two jokes, the binge format risks making your writing feel stale and repetitive.

Then I watched it more and became mesmerized by the underlying brilliance, everything was not as it seemed, from the beautifully languid intro music, to the ingenious documentary style of filming.

Trailer Park Boys feels stale and repetitive.

So extremely entertaining.

Some of the funnier aspects I've found have been Ricky's constant mispronunciations (there are at least then in every episode), Mr Lahey's constant sh*t analogies, and, of course, Bubbles, who makes even the bad episodes worth watching.

Unfortunately the most recent episode took a turn to the predictable (two characters (Mr.

Now TPB is the opposite of entertaining: every single scene is too long, offering characters a lot of unearned space, generating zero laughs.

Total of 12 seasons may make you feel intimidated but trust me, it will be worth watching.

The characters are likable and the stories enjoyable; this isn't Friends and nor does it pretend to be.

All in all, it's a waste of time unless you're into the Jerry Springer type of humour.

There is not a line out of his mouth that is funny on its own, everything is un-funny/dumb and is forced through his dull imitation of an idiot savant voice.

That's how enjoyable this series is if you embrace this kind of exuberant humor.

However, this show is orignal and entertaining.

DVD's Have extras worth watching As well!

This stupid, hilarious, ridiculous series is worth watching!

Just Too Long, Too Boring .

Therefore, it contains many unbelievable, ridiculous, and ludicrous scenes which makes viewers very entertaining to watch.

Julian is worth watching.

This brilliant series is not intended to reflect the "reality" of trailer park life in Nova Scotia, but is instead a wonderful artistic compilation of many extreme, bizarre, and mundane experiences that are interesting on an entertaining and (feigned) voyeuristic basis.

It's just silly entertainment, and although it is not everyones cup of tea, I find it highly entertaining and immensely watchable.

Jim Lahey is absolutely sublime; Philadelphia Collins is stunning; Sam Losco is inimitable, and the list goes on.

The first time I saw it I was insulted, but after seeing it because i couldn't pick up anything else on the tv, I really enjoyed it.

It's not just about interviews conducted in character, blending reality and fiction in an exciting, mid-2000s pop culture kind of way.

I watched the first episode and was a little bored.