It all begins with a text message. An anonymous message sent to the cell phones of a dozen young men and women. The message is an invitation to attend one killer of a party. Just who sent ... See full summary »
A collection of Ryan's work including short films, music videos, trailers/clips from both released feature films and uncompleted features, concept trailers, behind-the-scenes footage, interviews, and Ryan's childhood filmmaker beginnings.
A fun, adventurous film that I could enjoy with my friends...maybe not my grandmother ;-)
Little Blue Pill is Aaron Godfred's debut feature film and a great indication of this filmmaker's strengths and talents. A raunchy comedy, to say the least, Little Blue Pill explores the story of a young man who experiences those horrific side-effects that Viagra warns us about at the end of every commercial. Godfred holds nothing back, appealing to the absurd and ridiculousness of the situation at hand. The main character's roommate generates the most laughs, while the main character grabs our empathy and really puts the audience in his shoes. This seemingly simple comedy takes a sharp turn as the main characters dive deeper and deeper into the secrets of a corrupt organization. This buddy film is heartfelt, driven by comedic yet sincere performances by the lead actors. Some people may be turned off by the cartoonish and unrealistic qualities of the antagonists, but I believe Godfred is appealing to the days of simply good or evil characters. They serve as a source of nostalgia and humor. Definitely not for the conservative or young audience, Little Blue Pill's adult humor will be enjoyed and appreciated by many.
My hat is off to the efforts of this small-budget cast and crew. They were able to take very little, turn it around and create a truly professional quality film.
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