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An all around pleasure to watch. The performances are a bit stilted, but
works. A bit reminiscent of Gus Van Sant stuff. The main problem is the
poor sound quality, you miss a lot of the dialog.
I don't know what it is about this horrid movie that really gets under my
skin and makes me love it. It's too bad for camp. It's a musical this
shot with a video camera, starring his family. He's gay and that's pretty
much all about. The songs are cute, but get old real fast. Nevertheless
had this giant grin the entire time I watched it.
It starts out nice and twisted but grows more and more mainstream, until
the end, you're watching a Nickelodeon movie. Ironic, considering the
film's premise ridicules the same process as it happens in the making of a
I saw this awesome film and Sundance where it deservedly won the grand
prize. To describe it as raw would be to belittle it, the skilled
filmmaking is so perceptive, and the performances so natural, it's
This gleeful little film could care less if you actually buy anything in
But that's the magic of it- it just takes off and whisks you along for
ride. I reminded me a lot of the Cars music videos from the
A ditzy girl (yes, ditzy is about as complex as her character gets) won't
take no for an answer and does quirky things to get her husband back. It's
too far-fetched to be believable with such flimsy characters going through
the motions. But not far-fetched enough to be fascinating in the way that
say, Being John Malkovich, was. So it ends up boring.
Fortunately this film did't end up being a real familiar boxing story only
with wow, a girl instead of a boy. No, that was secondary, this film was a
compelling story of a troubled relationship and a screwed up
The main actors are amazing and have movie-star written all over them.
I got to catch this short at Sundance this year and it is hilarious. The
animation is wild and the dialogue had the whole audience choking and
It's kind of offensive and shocking, but that made it even funnier. A must see for everyone gay straight whatever.