After discovering an urban legend of a demented serial killer, who has nothing but a carved 'smiley' on his face, a mentally fragile teen must decide whether she is going insane - or will be the next victim.
The worst thing about Wendell (Adam Bowers) isn't his slightly balding head, skinny frame, or thin lips; it's that he's a bit of an idiot. He just started dating Vicky (Jayme Ratzer), an angry drunk, who conveniently shares his lack of ambition and cleanliness. But he might prefer a relationship with Joanna (Valerie Jones) because she's a selfless social worker who doesn't have lip acne. Eventually, Wendell is going to have to decide who he really belongs with: the best girl he's ever known-or the worst. Written by
We got in this huge fight and... it's over.
Yeah, she really let me have it, too.
If it's any consolation, she was a giant asshole.
Yeah, I guess.
What do you mean "Yeah, I guess"? You were dating Hitler, a Jewish Hitler, never thought I'd see that.
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Absolutely Wonderful. Woody Allen Meets the Big Bang Theory
I caught this on some strange new channel called Snagfilms on my Sanyo Smart television. I wasn't expecting much, but at 1 AM, I was expecting to watch 10 minutes and go to bed. Instead the picture dragged me in and I watched the whole thing.
Adam Bowers puts together a whole series of cute and delightful scenes on a less than shoestring budget. He does something that many 100 million dollar movies, don't. He makes me care about the characters involved. He also makes them both very believable and very funny. It is sad that Hollywood hasn't discovered Bowers and given him millions to follow up this film. I will be looking for his next film called "Paperback"
Jayme Ratzer and Valerie Jones are bothexcellent as Bower's rival girlfriends.
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