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Relationship issues arise between a researcher with a theory to explain away all his failed dating experiments, a player who wants out of the game, a deejay whose head spins with thoughts of God, a hoodrat with no street cred, a poet not-so-well-versed in art of love, and a womanipulator of men. Written by
I saw X and O first UCSD at bear room. I was in to it. Rented it to see at home. Simon (Clayne Crawford) could rival Shia Labeouf. This actor has skills of skills. I don't vibe these type of movies in any fashion or form. This is different. A friend of a friend of friend got me to look at it at UCSD. It is a crazy world. Not to break a way from X and O as a movie. I LOVED THE POETRY. Trisa Edmonson and Shelly Royce had some thing to say worth damn saying. Good damn poetry grabs you on the shoulder. I was grabbed. Last but not least was how bleeping good it looked. It wasn't a cheeseball looking movie. Movie folks out there laying low keep your eye on Clayne Crawford.
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