A darkly comedic tale of love, revenge, and the fickle nature of human morality. Enter Matt, a down-on-his-luck loser who on his birthday night discovers his fiancée, Jessica, in bed with another man. As Matt learns the true depth of Jessica's betrayal, he begins a downward spiral revenge quest that pits him face to face with a wide array of characters including an eccentric pawn shop owner (Gary Busey), an aging stripper (Margot Kidder), and a barber with an agenda (Lee Majors).Written by
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The "long take" mental duel took thirty-seven takes. The thirty-seventh take was used in the final film. See more »
Matt asks the Catholic priest if the alchoal is Kosher. Kosher is for Jewish only. See more »
[sees his wife having sex with Tyler Swift]
Shut the fuck up! Right now!
Isn't that my jacket?
That's my girl, asshole!
[he takes a bottle of wine and starts to shake it]
You can keep your fucking mom's house!
[he sprays the wine on her]
How's that for a cumshot, bitch!
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In the ending credits it says, "Matt will return". See more »
I had the opportunity to see this film recently and wasn't sure what to expect. Very funny at times and also has some unexpected twists. The film does have a dark side and covers a lot of subject matter, but in a comical way.
Furlong turns in a solid performance and Gary Busey and Bill Sorice provide excellent supporting roles. Margot Kidder's cameo is worth the price of admission. The entire cast is excellent and the story is very original.
Overall a very well done independent film and a very promising director. I can't wait to see what Mr. Gyeney does next.
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