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Crimes Against Humanity (2014)

After cheating on her mean boyfriend, Lewis, Brownie is hospitalized by a series of severe accidents. Instead of visiting her in the hospital, Lewis (assistant to the Dean of the local ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Mike Lopez Mike Lopez ... Lewis Henry
Lyra Hill Lyra Hill ... Brownie Fromm
Ted Tremper Ted Tremper ... Rory O'Rear
Adebukola Bodunrin Adebukola Bodunrin ... Frenchie Sessions
Adam Paul Adam Paul ... John Folder
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Salome Chasnoff Salome Chasnoff ... Helen Cormick
Joshua Dumas Joshua Dumas ... Prof. Sydney Pond
Lori Felker Lori Felker ... Ester Candle
Tommy Heffron Tommy Heffron ... Prof. Henson Bower
Sue Klaus ... Earth Mother
Emily Kuehn Emily Kuehn ... Sandy Page
Jared Larson ... Alvin Henry
Jb Mabe Jb Mabe ... Human Resources (as Josh Mabe)
Jesse McLean Jesse McLean ... Veterinarian Ellen Prance
Jordan Scrivner Jordan Scrivner ... Nurse Michael Ames


After cheating on her mean boyfriend, Lewis, Brownie is hospitalized by a series of severe accidents. Instead of visiting her in the hospital, Lewis (assistant to the Dean of the local university) helps investigate two professors suspected of sleeping with students. Written by Anonymous

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18 January 2014 (USA) See more »

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Worth a Gander
21 January 2014 | by SLUGMagazineFilmsSee all my reviews

As the previews of Crimes Against Humanity suggest, Lewis (Mike Lopez) is an asshole. The opening scene includes him not so passive-aggressively berating his girlfriend, Brownie (Lyra Hill), for not having a job. Lewis proves to be a complete douche from the get-go as he gloats of working for the dean of the local college campus and assisting him in aiding a hired private eye to spy on professors to incriminate them for having sex with students, leading the professors into probationary periods/suspension. While he helps in one case, Brownie's pet rabbit, Megan, dies, and a mixup in the ashes of her bunny with another brings her to a one-night stand with a seeming "nice guy" (Ted Tremper). As she leaves his house, she suffers a freak accident that lands her in the hospitable to spiral into a deep existential depression. In her coma, Lewis expresses his gratitude for her hospitalization and begins seeking out a sleazy hookup by way of his spy work. Ultimately, Crimes Against Humanity functions as an interesting character study of Lewis and Brownie; of an irreverent prick and an unconfident, pitiful mess, respectively. The film definitely has its laughs due to Lopez's spot-on portrayal of Lewis (foiled by his vastly more moral brother) and also because of the way in which Brownie's free-spirited but aimless character is written. It's not a banger, but this film is worth a gander if not for its darkly comedic tone and Brownie's gleeful yet hopeful quasi-triumph in the end.

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