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Korey Coleman's dark comic/dramatic saga of men and women after hours
12 January 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This story - or three of them I should say - which tracks what happens when three guys follow along on their respective girls in sight (one-night stands, a simple question for coffee, an ex girlfriend going to an after-2-AM party) - is the stuff of absurdity and outrageous spectacle in some degree. It could also be called 'The Greatest Drunk Stories Ever Told: The Motion Picture'. That said, what surprised me most was not the comedy portions - that I figured Coleman would perform and direct reasonably well - but the dramatic mid-section where the one halfway decent guy (possibly) gets the girl was performed with conviction and sensitivity.

For a first film, yeah its no Citizen Kane, and not all the attempts at humor are successful. For what it tries to do, as a simple look at these five guys over the course of one night in quasi-GO (or even Reservoir Dogs) style all tracing back around and then looping to a point at the end, it's very good, ambitious even, especially for it being on probably no budget, and Korey himself is a good actor too. I almost wonder if he had done more in that field after this film if things would've been very different with

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