The 12-part "Rebel Without a Crew: The Series" follows Scarlet Moreno, Alejandro Montoya Marin, Bola Ogun, Josh Stifter, and Bonnie-Kathleen "BK" Ryan as they shoot their own feature length film in 2 weeks with a budget of only $7,000.
Alejandro Montoya Marín,
After a ranch in Texas is befallen to a mysterious, demonic presence, it is up to an eccentric, wandering priest to find answers and dispel the darkness. As he digs deeper he soon finds that he may be in over his head and out of time.
Coed Julie Grayson rents a room with a sweet but eccentric, elderly widow who likes to be called, 'Grandma.' When Grandma's behavior becomes increasingly unhinged, Julie finds herself at ... See full summary »
Kathy Rose Center,
The powerful Greek ship-owner and constructor Thanos proposes to marry Phaedra during the baptism of a ship with her name. Phaedra, who is the daughter of Thanos' greatest competitor, is a ... See full summary »
Boring, overly long & drawn out! Small budget was NO excuse!
After watching El Rey's "Rebel Without a Crew", I decided to watch all 5 movies, produced by Robert Rodriguez, on a tiny $7,000 budget (similar to how he made his 1st feature, El Mariachi) and write reviews as I watch each one. I have to admit, this movie had a lot of unnecessary "fluff" and "padding" time where nothing crucial to the plot is happening. Its dull and quite BORING most of the time (extended disco dance scenes...Zzz). I really was rooting for all these filmmakers to knock it out of the park, but director Scarlet Moreno really needs to learn about proper storytelling and pacing. At 98 Minutes it FEELS like a very drawn out 3 hour film. I can forgive some of this given the minuscule budget, but having watched 'Good Exorcist' done on the same budget by one of Scarlet's fellow first time filmmakers..there's really no excuse.
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