29 August 2007 | lisamricci
"Carts" review by Rene' Thurston
Have you ever left your local warehouse store on a Saturday and found yourself noticing "them?" By "them," I mean cart attendants. Those orange-vested humans who move in a perpetually zombie-like state, pushing mile-long piles of carts, seemingly unaware of the possibility they may be backed over at any minute by someone with 74 cases of beef jerky obstructing their view. You find yourself thinking, "WHO would take that job? Director/Writer Chris Cashman leads us to believe that no one would voluntarily take such a job. It is, in fact, purgatory, and he explores that particular punishment in his hilarious film, "Carts."