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Cast overview:
Dan Hamlin
Mario Montagna ...
Silvano De Luca
Michael Oldham ...
Jared Marshall ...
Emo Kid
Thomas Brand ...
Homeless Guy
Matt Chin ...
Doesn't Go Here
Mike Fu ...
Lives in Parents' Basement
John Tapley ...
Only Rooms with Asians
Bryan Harley ...
Lives Off Campus


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Short | Comedy



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24 November 2005 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Would had been much better without all of that forced comedy.
25 November 2007 | by (Groningen, The Netherlands) – See all my reviews

This movie its weakness is its humor. The movie at times goes way over-the-top, in an attempt to make the viewer laugh out loud. The writing of the movie is not bad and fun enough of its own. It didn't really needed those forced comedy moments to make a good enjoyable comedy. The movie would had worked out way better with a more of a Wes Anderson kind of approach of film-making. The sort of non-forced way of trying to be funny but still have all the quirky kind of characters in it. Sounds weird coming from a guy who isn't even a Wes Anderson fan.

The main lead actors all did a good job considering and they were given some good dialog to work with.

The camera-work and editing were all good enough, as was it's overall style. Nothing to renewing or spectacular but it served its purpose well all.

No, it's not a bad movie now and it's simply enjoyable enough but also a bit too lacking and too clumsy put together all, to take this really serious as a professional/serious attempt of creating a short film, though the intentions for it were definitely there.


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