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Full Moon Rising (1996)


(as John E. Dowdle)


(as John E. Dowdle)


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Fun story with wonderful twists
23 July 2004 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

The best thing about Full Moon Rising was how full of surprises it was. Most movies are too predictable and formulaic for my tastes. It was cool watching something that actually takes chances, and which caught me off guard. Really funny, as well. I was sorry to see this flick get kind of lost in the indie shuffle (ah, the 90s) because I thought it was far superior to most other stuff in that indie genre of post-college indecision. Less whiny and much funnier than a lot of the other, "I've graduated from college, so now what am I going to do?" movies. Highly recommended.

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