The last night of the millennium and a suicidal man with a bullet in his head and vengeance on his mind makes his way up the long winding drive to a New Years party winding down...but the ...
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"Resolution"; a dorky comedy about one mans quest to fufill a New Years Resolution. Begining on 12/31/2010 and continuing through to 12/31/2011, this movie tracks the progress of Paul who ... See full summary »
Paul David Anthony
Paul David Anthony,
Kim A. Scofield,
The last night of the millennium and a suicidal man with a bullet in his head and vengeance on his mind makes his way up the long winding drive to a New Years party winding down...but the party has just begun as he will take them on a journey of self-discovery bringing them face to face with fate and truth. His goal: force them to confront reality as he has known it, as they have tried to hide from it their whole lives but tonight it will hit them in the head like a sledgehammer, and the test will be, who can remain standing in the end... Written by
Jay Nuzum <firstname.lastname@example.org>
"You're sittin' here, enjoyin' New Years, not a care in the world and then WHAM! Somebody steps in and says, 'time to suffer'. That's not me. That's God or whatever the hell's up there."
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Along the lines of "THE STRANGERS" and "FUNNY GAMES", this violent and sexually charged exercise in terror delivers the goods with solid performances all around and a tight screenplay that crackles with realism and the occasional darkly-satisfying laugh.
When a distraught lawyer takes revenge on a group of party-goers on New Years and forces them, at gunpoint, to reveal their deepest, darkest secrets, the effect is both hilarious and gut-wrenching.
Good visuals, action and some interesting sexual intrigue. Be sure to check out the "death dream" temptation sequence with the "angel" and "devil" women, with overly-developed busts, flashing in the hero's face. Funny stuff.
Overall a refreshing take on the one location thriller genre that is rarely bogged down by taking itself too seriously.
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