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|Directed by||Brad Copeland|
|Written by||Brad Copeland|
|Cinematography||Anthony B. Richmond|
|Edited by||Ned Bastille|
|Distributed by||Filmbuff (USA)|
Coffee Town is a 2013 comedy film. The first feature film from CollegeHumor, it was released on July 9, 2013 on digital platforms and in select theatrical engagements, leading up to a festival premiere on July 27, 2013 at Just For Laughs in Montreal.
Will (Glenn Howerton) is a website manager for an electronics company who uses his local coffee house, Coffee Town, as his own personal office. When the corporate owners of the shop have plans to convert the coffee house into a modern Coffee Town and Bistro, Will enlists the help of his two best friends – lighting salesman Chad (Steve Little) and local police officer Gino (Ben Schwartz) – to save his office. In order to thwart the plans of Coffee Town's corporate owners, the trio plan to stage a robbery, creating the illusion of a crime-riddled neighborhood that is not suitable for a bistro. However, standing in Will's way is Sam (Josh Groban), a disgruntled barista with big dreams of being a rock star. Meanwhile, Will tries his best to court his coffee house crush Becca (Adrianne Palicki), an ER Trauma Nurse.
- Glenn Howerton as Will
- Steve Little as Chad
- Ben Schwartz as Gino
- Adrianne Palicki as Becca
- Josh Groban as Sam
- Jake Johnson as Will's former roommate
- Josh Perry as Toby, a man with Down Syndrome
- Matthew Riedy as Mr. Ryan, Chad's Boss
- "CollegeHumor Teams Up With Filmbuff to Release 'Coffee Town'". CH Media. Retrieved 2013-06-25.
- "Coffee Town Official Website". coffeetown.com. Retrieved 2013-06-25.
- Coffee Town on Internet Movie Database
- Coffee Town at Rotten Tomatoes
- Coffee Town at Metacritic
- Coffee Town Official Website 
- Coffee Town Official Trailer 
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