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The Test (2012)

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A guy puts his unwitting bride-to-be through a series of increasingly bizarre "stress tests" to see if she's worthy of marriage.

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Doctor Marcus
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A guy puts his unwitting bride-to-be through a series of increasingly bizarre "stress tests" to see if she's worthy of marriage.

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Outrageously funny it is
16 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

The Test (2012) brilliantly directed, charmingly witty, and performed with graceful ease by its leading actors. Nathan and Julia have found a delightful chemistry here, and the scenes they share brim with convincing self-awareness and sharp comedic timing.

It's a story about a man and women, fall in love, wanted to spent life with each other, having wonderful moment with each other. As a result of being loved by each other, Nathan proposed Julia on a beach. Julia accepted the proposal. Later Nathan went to bar with his Friends to celebrate. They overwhelmed and congratulated Nathan. Todd, best friend of Nathan said that people only be trusted by test. Todd argued, and Nathan tried to convince him that Julia is the one with whom he can spend rest of life. But when he heard about separation of common friends of them, Nathan freaks out. He started thinking is she really the one for whom Nathan is waiting! Then Nathan discussed with his friends how he can be sure that marrying Julia would be the right decision. Then Nathan started testing Julia to make sure she is the one before they walk down that aisle. Nathan experienced different level of pain doing this.

In the bathroom before her ceremony, she overhears one of her future hubby's friend's talking about what an awesome idea it was and describing all of the tests and she leaves him. Yet she came back to Nathan at the end when she realizes that she also loved him a lot.

Essentially it's a brilliant concept, executed on a micro-budget. Jeremy does an amazing job of writing, directing, and acting. This movie was also different from the rest because it had more stories concerning the characters' love lives. In one particular scene, from the beach scene where Nathan proposes Julia, to the end, it reflects the love, suspicion, romance, depression.


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