15 April 2016 | niutta-enrico
Temps: A confused recipe.
A sort of rudderless comedy, possibly reflecting its Author's (Timothy A. Bennett: you can see him towards the end of the movie, uncredited, introducing Reid Ewing's dance performance) personality.
It has some good scenes and some good dialogue but in the end it fails to catch: none likes when a story doesn't tell anything. That makes you feel like you have wasted your time watching.
The film is not completely bad, though. Even if I would not recommend it, it has its good parts: after the least inspired 'before the mirror' scene I've seen in the last 20 years (just few minutes after the beginning of the flick), Grant Rosenmeyer redeems himself with a convincing performance, and so does the whole cast. Ryan Sage's work (editing and direction) seems OK and the same ingredients in a less confused recipe would have produced a different result.