A rookie journalist has returned to the abandoned frontier of Earth with the dream of writing a career-making story about the descendants of those who were left behind. There she finds a ... See full summary »
A young man obsessed with music who has a hard time connecting to people accidentally discovers that everyone has music within them. Shocked to find this he uses his discovery to finally find harmony with others and his own true love.
Kyle B. Davis
Daniel Giabratta is a down-on-his-luck film school graduate stuck shooting lowly wedding videos and bar mitzvahs while waiting for his big break. As bankruptcy, a broken heart, and ... See full summary »
I don't rate many movies high, this one is worth the watch!
Let me start by saying I don't rate very many movies in the 8 9 or 10s but this one is a solid 9! I'm as harsh and hard a critic as they come but this movie was so well done it is hard not to like it. The movie has a solid dialog that drives the movie forward like a raging bull with great simplistic camera shots and settings. You can count the settings on 1 hand and they are well done and fit the tone of the dialog superbly. This movie is no doubt a low budget master piece and as a script writer think it is an amazing piece for younger writers to learn from. You don't need huge budgets to produce incredible work! It is a striking movie in the sense of Primer and I commend both writers for this excellent work. I back the AMC notion that story matters and they have produced a great one! You will love this movie! The only reason I did not give this movie a 10/10 is that I had to look up what P = NP is. If you are reading to deiced what if you are going to view the movie, it asks whether every problem whose solution can be quickly verified by a computer can also be quickly solved by a computer. Enjoy this film!
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