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Great film which keeps you watching until the very end.Look forward to seeing more of Jack Skyller,s work
This one really surprised me.Indie movies on the whole are really hit-or-miss, and in reality are all-too-often a miss. The actors aren't strong enough to carry the film, the story falls through (or was just bad in the first place), they aimed to high and fell flat... about a zillion and a half things that can cause an otherwise okay film to to fall flat and boring.That being said, the reason I loved this so much was the interaction of the three main characters. They start off as fairly standard roles you see pretty often. Spunky cute girl, comic relief best friend... okay, okay I've seen this before. But ...
What a surprisingly feel-good movie! Don't be fooled by the title, you're in for a hilarious, raunchy, rowdy ride with this film! The story centers around Dave, played by the talented Stephen Medvidick, who captures the fine line of dark humor to a T, while also maintaining the ability to pull at your heart strings in an unpredictable way. In the story, Dave has recently lost everything important to him causing him to contemplate suicide. In bursts his lovable partner-in-crime Steve, played by the hilarious, Kramer-like Rick Lundgren. Steve suggests a zany money making scheme- either Dave raises $100,000 in two weeks... or he kills himself! The cold-hearted yet ...
As far as independent comedies go, this one got it right! Memorable characters, original plot and funny dialog. Solid indie dark comedy
It's what It's a Wonderful Life would be if National Lampoons made it. It's a dirty, goofy, trendy, character-driven, dialog-centric film! Ultimately it's a sit-com in a feature film format.
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