What a surprise, this is fun for kids and even us adults had a fun time looking at this flick. At least we didn't worry about having the kids look at some aggressive murder crap that usually is shown to kids nowadays. All of my woman friends drooled over this dude that played Mr, Atlas. Surprised he hasn't made it big time in Hollywood yet. No one looks like that. Forget scrawny, weasely Bratt Pit, Tom Cruise and the other dudes that try to look buff and tough. Thank goodness he doesn't live in my hood, I would have to say bey bey to having a date with a pretty hot chick with him around. It's competitive enough as it is. Where do guys like that come from? Life aint fair. And then there is this chick Laura Johnson, not bad. Lucky Atlas got to wrestle her tongue for a bit. It also shows cool houses and beautiful scenery. It deffinately shows of Utah in a good way. Also nice they eft that religious crap out of the story, when movies are made in Utah one never knows. All in all a good film for an independent project...keep it up. C.D.
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