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Human Nature (2012)

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writer / Janus
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David
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Natalie
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Nina Darcy ...
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Paula Dellatte ...
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Theresa Dern ...
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29 September 2012 (USA)  »

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$30,000 (estimated)
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I want to erase this "movie" from my memory
1 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

Self indulgent slop. There is no aspect of this movie that lets you get into it, the movie is constantly reminding you that you are watching a low budget movie, at no point did I get drawn into the story or the characters. The acting is "meh", some people did a good job while others were as bad as infomercials or worse, I blame the director, no respectable director would allow such sloppy performances into their movie unless they are totally inept or just don't understand people. The movie takes place over several time periods, none of which were accurate or even remotely close to looking like the time period it was supposed to be. The photography was fairly good, it's just too bad the camera man didn't have anything good to point the camera at. The lighting was cheese, unless the scenes were outside the lighting was so obvious, another element that constantly drew me out of the film. And now, the story... See first line of review... It's about a writer and he has a love interest and life is a constant struggle, wow, how original. Even the title isn't original, there are at least a dozen movies called "Human Nature" and this one is the furthest thing I've seen from portraying actual human nature. F this slop, SKIP IT if you can, I had to suffer through it at The Pawtucket Film Film Festival. Garbage. I really had hope for this one since it wasn't a horror film or effects driven.... oh well, at least the b-horror stuff is entertaining.


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