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Tour de Pharmacy (2017)

TV-MA | | Comedy, Sport | TV Movie 8 July 2017
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A mockumentary that chronicles the prevalence of doping in the world of professional cycling.

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Lucy Flerng
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A mockumentary that chronicles the prevalence of doping in the world of professional cycling.

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Winning is in their blood. Among other things.

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8 July 2017 (USA)  »

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Pharmacy Road  »

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Capsule Review: Tour de Pharmacy
18 October 2017 | by (Mumbai, India) – See all my reviews

Lance Armstrong talking about doping in professional cycling is arguably the best thing about Tour de Pharmacy. But that's about the only thing that fires the mountain in this 40-minute parody on the subject that is occasionally funny and frequently unremarkable. Poking fun at the sport that has failed to keep its stance forever comes easy for the makers because of its outlandish requirements and rules, troubled history, and the pomp and fare that it once used to be celebrated with. A multitude of issues like gender bias, racism, and bureaucracy are also sampled in Jake Szymanski's further making it a perfect example of how not to make a mockumentary in 2017. If stuffing everything into one was my idea of a film, I'd read my Twitter thread. I'm not sure if the shortness of the parody affected the actors' delivery, but it all felt like just an expansion of the trailer. Tour de Pharmacy could have been the creme de la creme of parody films because it explores a subject that can be parodied the hell out of. The makers however forgot to inject amphetamines in the script, so it comes last in the race. TN.


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