See Louis C.K.'s Film 'Tomorrow Night' with Steve Carell Online Now
Gather ’round fans, step right up and experience an old timey black & white film from 1998 for only 5 bucks! After premiering at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival over 15 years ago, one of comedian/filmmaker Louis C.K.'s first films has finally been released. The film is titled Tomorrow Night and is an odd B&W comedy featuring one hell of a classic cast: Steve Carell, Robert Smigel, J.B. Smoove, Chuck Sklar, Martha Greenhouse, Heather Morgan, Rick Shapiro. The full 87-minute film is now available to buy for only $5 on LouisCK.net. It's worth it to see a rare but hilarious indie comedy, plus these comedians a while ago.
Louis has been making the rounds in press and movies (he's in American Hustle and Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine) recently, promoting his show and this film release, and can be heard ranting about Gravity and All is Lost over here; plus he's now known for his love of IMAX 3D movies, too. To buy the full Tomorrow Night film, and download it or stream it online, just click the link below or visit to LouisCK.net. It's only $5 to get the whole thing and it comes in high def, though it is still a black & white 16mm film. Click here to DL:
Explaining the concept recently, Louis said: "Tomorrow Night is a feature-length film I wrote and directed back in 1998. I was a struggling comedian and TV writer at the time and I pulled together my savings and some of my friends money to make this movie on black and white 16mm film. There are some great people in this movie: Steve Carell, JB Smoove, Wanda Sykes and Conan O’Brien are some that you might have heard of." The film was Louis C.K.'s first feature that he made after a few shorts, he later went on to direct Pootie Tang and his comedy doc Louis C.K.: Hilarious, plus his show "Louie", which returns again this year.
Above is the official poster for Louis C.K.'s Tomorrow Night - featuring Chuck Sklar. It's kind of crazy to think that a film that premiered at Sundance nearly 16 years ago, even as a 16mm black & white, is just now getting a release thanks to the internet. Now download this sucka here and find out if it's funny. Cool?
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Not really a fan of Louis, but I love his whole DIY approach to marketing his wares. I'll probably pony up the fin just to support that.
cuckoozey on Jan 30, 2014
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