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Fully Loaded (2011)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 2011 (USA)
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On a rare evening out, two feisty single moms discover that it's not so easy to hook up with a total stranger (Dweezil Zappa) anymore. This "van-centric" dark comedy, set in LA--offers an ... See full summary »

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Jane
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On a rare evening out, two feisty single moms discover that it's not so easy to hook up with a total stranger (Dweezil Zappa) anymore. This "van-centric" dark comedy, set in LA--offers an opportunity to eavesdrop on how women genuinely feel about men, relationships and themselves. Written by reznik

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Winner of the "Audience Favorite Feature" Award at Palm Beach international Film Festival. See more »

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written and performed by Jake La Botz
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Would you expect more from actresses trying to write/direct?
12 January 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Well, yes! Why not? Why wouldn't we expect/hope positive things? Is it so difficult to imagine? Certainly it's not unthinkable for those who have plenty of experience in front of the camera to have quite an edge over inexperienced director/writers? It could happen! This time though, it didn't.

Yet another embarrassing and insulting film from people who did it for the same tired, wretched, and shameful reason which makes so many other derivative films suck...because they could. Because they were motivated. Because their acting gigs allowed maneuvering themselves into the writer/directors chairs with slightly/greater ease.

I rarely review good films. What's the point? Better to focus on the really insulting ones from high-functioning buffoons, which chap the skin on your backside worse then the pony ride you took as a child which lasted way too long considering you had wet your pants earlier.

Sucking isn't a crime. But planting fake reviews should be. Read the first few. And the rating? It was, I think, around 8 stars when I first saw this. Might be great, I thought. Nope.

"Smart comedy", was the title of a previous review, overflowing with praise. The only thing smart about this film, is how cleverly the severely untalented ladies behind it fooled their investors.

This is a B- or C project, if it was produced by a film student. It fails at pretty much everything, other then providing hope to other brutally untalented students that, no matter how unqualified you are, there is absolutely no reason to abandon hope. Your film, despite being nearly at the same level as a Tommy Wiseau production, CAN get funded! And how exciting is that? And as always, I'll never say "avoid at all costs". Nope, please see it! Do it. NOW! Films like this are like fasting for an entire week. When you see something of quality later, you'll certainly appreciate it much more.

Also, nice cinematography! They clearly felt their writing/directing/casting was so strong, that any technical shortcomings would be overlooked. And you think I use "insulting" lightly? Using (what appears to be) consumer video cameras is not always the kiss of death. We've seen many projects use it well. But in the hands of near-amateurs, not so much.

This is another dreadful film made by pretentious dolts who, consciously or not, truly believe their audience is too stupid to recognize a decent film from an utter deception like this.

No shame.


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