Jennifer Carpenter, Kristen Connolly and Alexander Poe star in a comedy about three New Yorkers struggling to uncover the truth behind their romantic entanglements. Disheartened by his latest relationship catastrophe, Graham (Poe) attempts to rekindle the spark with his ex-girlfriend, Laura (Connolly). In the attempt to win her back Graham discovers he has a unique problem: Laura and another one his ex-girlfriends (Carpenter) are dating the same guy.
- Stars:Jennifer Carpenter, Kristen Connolly, Alexander Poe, Liz Holtan, Noah Bean, Will Janowitz, Matt McGrath, Ian Unterman, Teddy Bergman, Jay Dunn, Tara Giordano, Jesse Hooker, Jordan Klepper, Justine Lupe, Ashley Springer,
- Director:Alexander Poe,
- Writer:Alexander Poe
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(ca) wrote: This film wants to be "True Romance" or "U Turn" in the worst way, but ends up just being a mess. However, it's something of a glorious mess that's so bad it very nearly (but not quite) becomes "Mommy Dearest" or "Plan 9 from Outer Space" so-bad-it's-good. The wildly miscast Costner gets most of the credit for the film's ridiculousness. Two starts for the basic premiss of good-Elvis vs. bad-Elvis and for Kurt Russell singing as Elvis over the end credits.
(au) wrote: It's not some sort of masterpiece, and far, far from it, but red planet is a fun movie. 56/100
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(mx) wrote: ahh mr perry another one of his basic films were he brings all the same humour into a romantic chick flick
(fr) wrote: Poking Fun At Proud Russian Stoicism, Woody Plays The Straight-Guy American. Covorting His Way Through Famous Scenes In A Stage-Play Set Up Is Funny To Watch, But Not Down-Right Histerical. It Really Hasn't Aged Well.
(gb) wrote: A direct cinema approach is utilized in "Marjoe" in order to expose the corrupt underbelly of religion, and its link to capitalism, exploitation, and the monetary gain of talented charlatans.
(ca) wrote: While True Grit is a classic and no one can deny how epic John Wayne was in this movie, there is also no denying that it has a rather sluggish pace with scenes that feel dragged out and unnecessary.
(jp) wrote: Funny Comedy with Jerry Lewis. This is a must watch!!