Just Like Me' is the story of Bobby Green, a comedian who thinks he has to be more serious, and Marv Holtz, a serious Psychologist who thinks he needs to lighten up. They both meet Barbara ... See full summary »
Just Like Me' is the story of Bobby Green, a comedian who thinks he has to be more serious, and Marv Holtz, a serious Psychologist who thinks he needs to lighten up. They both meet Barbara Kelly who isn't quite sure what she wants. It all leads up to some funny circumstances when the three come face to face with each other. Written by
This Contains spoilers: I recently watched this short as I am big into the Indie films. I was impressed with the cast, especially Christina Sampson (Barbera Sue Kelly). She has great facial expressions, a nice voice, and she is very beautiful. I see big things going on for her in the future. Roberto Lombardi (Bobby Green) also had a notable performance. John Chisholm (Marv) looked the part. His voice was nervous when called for and he matched the role. The acting was flawless and the lines were delivered all in timely manners. The idea of the film hit on real life situations. It was about people trying to be and become someone their not. It flowed nicely and it was easy and fun to watch. You will experience laughs at unexpected places and finding yourself relating to at least one of the characters. All in all I say its a go.
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