25 June 2013 | patweiss66
two thumbs way down, sorry
It is really hard to like anyone in David Morgan's me generation debut film about absolutely nothing. With all the people dropping dead in Africa and Syria where do people come off making movies as meaningless as this one. The lead female part, played by a Portland model, can't carry a film, and the character of the stupid gay theater manager, played by City Baby producer Timothy Whitcomb, feels like someone dug up from the 1970's trying to be Nathan Lane. The camera work is competent, but it never rises above antenna television. Production design was okay too, but nothing to write home about. I love indie movies and watch a lot of them, but this one felt really out of touch. Honestly, I couldn't tell you what this is about.