Five 1990s Californian couples, wed but one, illustrate or contradict the sexual relationship theories of two TV talk show hosts. The women shamelessly presume all men, including theirs, to... See full summary »
This did everything and a tad better than other films its genre
Plot: Ada and Arlene desire a man who speaks French to them. While at a restaurant they see a man named Julian who fits the description of the man they want. They both want to date him. They try doing rock, scissor, paper, but it doesn't work. They decide to switch every so often and who ever has sex with him gets Julian. Julian is lactose and tolerant and acts kinda goofy. Wacky situations that happen with in these 13 minutes so just watch it.
I usually don't like these types of movies. I however was impressed that they did in this film in 13 minutes. This movie has everything a full-length wacky romantic comedy would have except it's told in 13 minutes in this movie. This movie isn't very original either. Again there are so many full-length films that were in the same vein as this movie I am reviewing now, but those full-length films in the same vein of this film aren't funny. This has a few laughs in its short time.
The acting is very great. The 3 leads of the film are rather clumsy in their performances. But who cares about acting in a short, wacky romantic comedy. Though Ada and Arlene Tai aren't bad looking they just didn't cut it with their acting.
The directing was nothing special. May I remind you it's a short, wacky romantic comedy, So what do you expect?
The writing is better than the directing. Title cards and a few conversations, Nothing really big. It's better written than most films of its genre and kind.
Maybe if you want to get a few short laughs and be a tad amused in 13 minutes. Then go watch it
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