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  • Summary: Like their home state of Alabama, the Trawicks are slam - full of oddities, idiocy, contradictions, traditions, and rednecks. JD is a color-blind desperado who enjoys the company of geriatrics and harbors dreams of something more. He and his brother turn the South upside-down in their pursuit of bail-jumping misfits, such as Rusty McAndrews, a diabetic and diabolical welder with a penchant for dangerous women and crack. (Skiptracers Company) Expand
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  1. Reviewed by: Drew Toal
    Mendheim’s stereotypical portrayal of the South boasts some real affection, but mostly it’s just whistling Dixie
  2. Reviewed by: Rachel Saltz
    Mr. Mendheim wants Skiptracers to be more than jokey. When the shaggy-dog tales flag, he cranks up the soulful country-rock. But the score, much of it by Langhorne Slim & the War Eagles, can’t change the "Dukes of Hazzard" mood. If Mr. Mendheim wanted heart, he should have provided it the old-fashioned way: in his storytelling.
  3. Reviewed by: Nick Pinkerton
    The primary source of comedy is tiresome pottymouthing.