Monkey Business

Monkey Business

Monkey Business is a short starring John Flaus, Nicolette Minster, and Nick Backstrom. When Frank, a loyal zoo car park attendant of 23 years learns that he's going to be replaced by baboons, his life is changed forever.

Running Time
13 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Comedy, Short, Drama
Director
Brad Wilson, Jonathan Cockett
Writer
Jonathan Cockett, Brad Wilson
Actors
John Flaus, Nicolette Minster, Nick Backstrom, Brian Edmond
Country
Australia
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about comedy «Monkey Business» (23)

Benjamin M. avatar
Benjamin M.

When Frank, a loyal zoo car park attendant of 23 years learns that he's going to be replaced by baboons, his life is changed forever.

Michael Reid avatar
Michael Reid

Thank you Brad Wilson for this great story! The plot is good enough to entertain people who take it as it is given, and there is an enormous amount of room for interpretation for the people who love to analyze things to find a deeper meaning. It is easily my favorite movie.

Christopher Obrien avatar
Christopher Obrien

This is the best movie I had watched until now. Some scenes are very fabulous and so amazing that I can't describe it.

Louis avatar
Louis

This movie has a special place in my heart possibly because I've done the work that Brad Wilson has done before! Great choice of actors as well!

Kathryn avatar
Kathryn

Loved this movie! Such a great movie with a surprise ending. I cried during the action film which was surprising.

Walter Evans avatar
Walter Evans

This one movie that I would buy to keep in my collection. It's a great movie

Dylan H. avatar
Dylan H.

Excellent cast and writing.

Julia B. avatar
Julia B.

This was very entertaining, from start to finish, if you like Drama movies.

Kyle avatar
Kyle

This movie blew me away; however not the first time I saw it, I had to watch it twice to truly appreciate the message and the power of this film. Maybe I wasn't fully paying attention or maybe I was too young at the time but I am so glad that I watched it again.