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I love any film with Kris Lemche but he delivers one of the best performances of the year with this indie IMO. Green Guys seems to be completely overlooked by critics this year probably due to its straight to DVD release. However, I see this film gaining a cult audience due to some standout performances and a great script.
Lemche seems to be channeling something from deep within when taking on his role and all of his dialogue seems very real. The shots were always cool and unique, and I appreciate that in films because nowadays studio movies all look the same way.
I recommend this film for people that enjoy indies, and want to see some fantastic acting, especially by Lemche, who I consider to be one of the most underrated actors working today.
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