Most Likely is an ensemble comedy that revolves around the wedding of Kurt and Chloe, a free-spirited couple that, instead of planning a traditional wedding, decide to invite their closest ...
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Most Likely is an ensemble comedy that revolves around the wedding of Kurt and Chloe, a free-spirited couple that, instead of planning a traditional wedding, decide to invite their closest friends to Kurt's family's vacation house in northern New Hampshire for the weekend. Among the guests are Chloe's lifelong friends - Beth, a talented but aimless aspiring writer; Mia, a recently divorced single mom who'd rather not be at a wedding; and Joe, Mia's best friend, who is recovering from the emotional fallout of a bad breakup. Unfolding over the course of the weekend leading up to Chloe and Kurt's nuptials, wine is poured (and other substances are imbibed), old friends are tested and new relationships begin.
Music & Lyrics by Timothy J Howd
Performed by The Only Humans See more »
How can anyone rate this more than 1 star?!
This is an abysmally bad movie. I've seen high school one-acts that are far superior. Where to start?
How about the acting. To say it's wooden would be an understatement. It's as if they are making up the dialog as they go along and need time to think about it... while filming. That would make sense because the dialog is ridiculous. You just can't care about the characters because they are one dimensional stereotypes of millennials only without a firm command of the English language. For a 2015 film, it is so full of anachronisms (does anyone actually download TV seasons even in 2015) that it seems like it's from 2005.
The technical quality is poor, if I'm being charitable. Did the sound guy have to catch every random background noise or was it just that couldn't afford to rent a decent mic? It looks like there was only one camera; There are a host of strange shots designed to get the whole scene in frame for a single camera.
It's like an update of the Big Chill, made as a high school film class project that got a D. The only way this film should have more than a 1 star rating is if the cast, crew, and their friends were the only ones to leave a rating. Even so, a 10 star rating can only be the result of those same people getting very high, convincing themselves this was better than they knew it to be, only to wake up the next day soaked in tears of regret.
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