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Nicky's Birthday Camera (2007)

| Drama | June 2007 (USA)


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wolf in sheep's clothing!
17 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

OK, cut to the chase. I see a ton of little indie films. I love them. And I love that I can walk from one theater where I just saw SPIDERMAN 3 (disappointing and bloated), into a theater where there's this film with a stupid (but perfect) name, that I know nothing about, and I walk out of THAT film going YEAH! THAT'S WHY I LOVE MOVIES! It starts out slowly.It's flawed and imperfect. But it's pretty and goofy, and there are chicks in bikinis, and the music's good (Gregg Sarfaty of STEWBOSS), and it's funny.Some great writing. Mostly TV actors, but everyone's good. This movie ain't what you think it's gonna be. But with the right marketing, somebody could make some dough off this little diamond. It's the best use of video since THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT, but it's a much better film. I caught it in Brooklyn at BIFF, and I can't believe some smart distributor isn't gonna scoop it up. It looks a little European (Bergman?) in a good way,feels a little Lars von Tiers, and has a John Sayles vibe...until it twists and turns you inside out. Really as surprising as SIXTH SENSE, USUAL SUSPECTS, THE CRYING GAME. But on a different level: like a home movie or a documentary. Really, I've seen a lot of films lately TRYING to do what this one DOES. And without any attitude...it's very authentic. I loved it. It should be at every festival. Maybe the best Indie in years. It feels very fresh and unaffected. Don't underestimate it though: this movie may look like a flyweight, but it hits like Mike Tyson. Not for kids due to language and subject matter. Very unique little film. Just what I needed to offset the summer studio stupidity deluge.

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