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I Like You (2010)

' I Like You' is an honest and raw depiction of teenage life in Reno, Nevada. It takes an unfiltered look at the rewards and perils of being a teenager in love and the trials and ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Mike Benna ...
Avery
Parker Peterson ...
Parker
Brian Boush ...
Echo
Terry Whistler ...
Uncle Terry
Monte McCann ...
Vic Medina
Dave Seoane ...
Angus
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Corey Ahtoong ...
Biker
Emille Anderson ...
Biker
Ryan Bresler ...
Vic's Tough Kid Friend
Edin Carpenter ...
Avery's Mom
John Cartagena ...
Guy Jumping at Football Game
Tyler DePetro ...
Biker Chick
Kelsey Dorey ...
Art Student
Jerry Dugan ...
Charlie
Ryan Fagan ...
Pizza Truck Dude
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' I Like You' is an honest and raw depiction of teenage life in Reno, Nevada. It takes an unfiltered look at the rewards and perils of being a teenager in love and the trials and tribulations that come along with it. It's a journey of coming of age and the twists and turns of first time love angst. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Has potential, but falls short
16 February 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the type of film that has potential to be good. If you do a plot line that has been beaten to a bloody pulp, you need to make it different. You need to make the film stand out. I wanted to like this film, but it falls short. The dialogue tries to be chill, raw, and delivered the way we talk, but in film, that doesn't work. The dialogue is flat and the acting is stiff. They float, the actors and characters need to be grounded. When a character speaks, it needs to mean something.

When you make a film, you have to have good audio. This film did not. The audio was either mixed really low or they didn't get good production sound. A lot of the cuts in the film didn't make any sense. The music was more of the focus than the actual story. It might have been better if they adapted the story for several music videos instead of making a feature length movie. There were elements in the story that were introduced, but never explained, like the main character shooting rifles in the desert or why he was the protégé to his boss. There are no spoilers, because nothing extreme happens.

"I Like You" felt more like a student film than an indie feature. All in all, I understand what Jamie Heinrich was going for, but it just didn't work.


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