Why haven’t we seen more of Wes Bentley since American Beauty? As the goofy Scooby-Doo to Scott Speedman’s Shaggy, he’s clearly enjoying himself in this druggie black comedy, as one of two addicts who stumble across a Satanic ritual killing while burying their OD’d girl Friday (Taryn Manning) at a drive-in. Half-funny and half-obvious, Weirdsville gets a little tiresomely silly (the army of little people in medieval warfare gear is overload), but Bentley still has a glare that burns through metal, and his rapport with Speedman is agreeable. B-
WeirdsvilleWhy haven't we seen more of Wes Bentley since American Beauty? As the goofy Scooby-Doo to Scott Speedman's Shaggy, he's clearly enjoying himself...WeirdsvilleComedyWillem WennekersPT90MRWhy haven't we seen more of Wes Bentley since American Beauty? As the goofy Scooby-Doo to Scott Speedman's Shaggy, he's clearly enjoying himself...2007-10-17Taryn ManningMagnolia Pictures
Genre: Comedy; Starring: Wes Bentley, Scott Speedman, Taryn Manning; Director: Allan Moyle; Author: Willem Wennekers; Runtime (in minutes): 90; MPAA Rating: R; Distributor: Magnolia Pictures
Posted October 17 2007 — 12:00 AM EDT
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