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Sarah B. Burgess,
Truly abysmal. The result of having more drive and ambition, than actual talent or skill. Same old story, over and over again.
It's easy to see what they were going for, and though not a very unique concept, in the right hands it could have at least been slightly watchable. But this? This is bum gravy of the most vile kind. It hurt my eye, ears, and colon. Who was the DP, a first year student? And the sound! And the editing! And Zach Galligan! Sweet Jesus he sucks now! Not that he was any great talent earlier, but now, it makes you cringe. He's fallen into that unfortunate "I'll act for food" territory.
I cannot recommend this film for any reason aside from a stern warning to student film makers. Watch this film to see what happens when underachievers and their underlings are under-prepared, under-budget, under-talented, and many other "under" terms. Understand? Undeniably underwhelming. And it smelled of unwashed middle-eastern underarms.
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