Anna, a 30 year old beautiful but emotionally dysfunctional bartender, is planning her own death. When Rachel, Anna's neighbor, kicks her boyfriend Sam out of the apartment, Anna, who has a... See full summary »
You know that voice. The one that reminds you of your every insecurity. For Atticus Walker, his voice is 6 feet tall, obese, furry, and green. To get his dream job as a writer, Atticus must finally defeat the Monster in his mind.
Ashley, a 15-year-old Runcorn schoolgirl is 'discovered' by a model agency scout whilst in a café. As she shoots to fame her family is disrupted and her life, and that of her family, is turned upside down.
There was another film with a similar name? Didn't see it. This was fun and funny, a little T&A, beautiful dead model. Lots of esoteric dialogue so if you're only into action and things that go "boom," this is NOT your movie. Interestingly shot: from a mocumentary perspective, so PAY ATTENTION, people! There were too many people in the film and I got some of the people mixed up at first. Berkoff definitely livened up the film as did the dead girl (no pun intended). Hey, it's hard to play dead...and look good too. So if you call that acting, then give kudos to her. Too many "lesser" roles could have been cut and the film would have moved along just as nicely. Who the hell was the necromaniac and do we really care? All in all, good debut for this new director/writer.
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