The Everyday Adventures of Brig and Joe
“The Everyday Adventures of Brig and Joe” is a delightful short film that follows the comedic misadventures of two LDS missionaries, Elder Young (Brig) and Elder Smith (Joe). These polar opposite characters find themselves on a mission to spread the good news of the Gospel, but their stark differences often lead to hilarious situations. When they encounter Donnie Baker, the lead singer of the Pork Pistols, their attempts to help him embrace the LDS faith take a disastrous turn due to Brig’s uncontrollable snacking habits. Their misguided attempt at an emergency baptism results in an accidental drowning and a series of unforeseen consequences. As the story unfolds, Brig and Joe’s contrasting personalities continue to clash, leading to a physical altercation on the front lawn of a mysterious Victorian mansion. They unwittingly become captives of a sorceress who plans to sacrifice them in a dark ritual. However, with an unexpected twist of fate, Donnie Baker reappears as their guardian angel, saving them from the sorceress’s clutches. Through these extraordinary adventures, Brig and Joe learn to appreciate and rely on each other, fostering an unlikely bond. The film explores themes of friendship, personal growth, and the power of unity in the face of adversity. “The Everyday Adventures of Brig and Joe” is a heartwarming and humorous short film that delivers laughs, unexpected turns, and a message of camaraderie. It offers an entertaining glimpse into the lives of two missionaries navigating their extraordinary journey with faith, resilience, and a touch of absurdity.
Director: Hunter Curry
Producer: Bobby Hicks, Austin Albany
Writers: Bobby Hicks, Hunter Curry
Key Cast: Michael Bonini, Bobby Hicks, Ron Sexton, Judy Littlefield, Lucy Zukaitis