Royce, a straight-laced accountant and Damien, a playboy real-estate agent are cousins and housemates at the crossroads of their lives. Royce is looking for true love and commitment, while Damien is avoiding it. Things become even more complicated with the arrival of their new and mysterious roommate, Toni, who is in the middle of everything. ISSUES is the anti-romantic relationship comedy about the complications and contradictions of everyday life. Raw, candidly humorous, and emotionally honest. (Van Elder - Director)
- Stars:Ben Watkins, Laz Alonso, Shawna Vinson, Barri Whittaker, Mailon Rivera, Todd Bridges, Janora McDuffie, Lisa Dewitt, Reynaldo Rey, P.B. Smiley, Nema Williams, Sarah Strandberg, Eboni Renée Jackson, Kali Hawk, Barry Mac,
- Director:Van Elder,
- Writer:Van Elder
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(gb) wrote: this was great. Not much scares me, but I did jump in this one.
(it) wrote: Something you need to know before this review: My best friend is a female; name Sara. We talk for hours at a time, and do things with each other that we can't do with others (nothing dirty, you sicko!), even our SOs (if any exist at the time of us hanging out). This movie follows two best friends, a guy and a girl, who have seen each other in awhile, she moved to Tokyo. She's back in town and he's taking her to the airport, we then get flashbacks and flashbacks and more flashbacks, and flashbacks within flashbacks and surreal dream sequences involving Richard Rountree as the most odd guardian angel ever! It plays out very much like how my relationship with Sara has gone (and still is going). SInce it seemed so real to me, and I could easily relate, and found the acting and chemistry to be very good, and it had amazing cinematography, I recommend this to everyone. Plus, kickass title!
(kr) wrote: I liked the entire atmosphere, but story seemed bit weird to me. I thought it's less realistic, but is it because of I'm Japanese? Maybe there are bunch of mom who are heroin junkie in England?Anyway Keira Knightley was pretty cute and lovely, even though I don't think she is the best choice for this character ; )
(ca) wrote: Like it was written by a first-year film student. Thought this was supposed to be good.
(fr) wrote: A masterpiece film about the decline of a marriage and the decline of cinema and a film about making a film which stands with 8 1/2 and Singin' in the Rain as a brilliant postmodern exposition on the cinematic art.
(de) wrote: Facing the complete futility of their usual methods of policing the sex trade, the police step in to take a sadistic pimp off the streets. Which all goes horribly wrong, leaving Princess, the hooker with a heart of a gold coloured metal, in deadly peril.It very good - the pimp is really evil, and there are lots of colourful details of Princess's work.
(de) wrote: Just as Benjamin Britten describes how different instruments create a big piece of music, Wes Anderson showcases how a variety of characters come together to tell this charming story. Artistic mastery is at work with respect to elements such as framing, writing, and choice in musical accompaniment.
(ru) wrote: Not much of a plot but it does a good job of showing a cop getting lost in the temptations he works around. I did really like the relationship with him and his two daughters.
(it) wrote: Probably the best movie ever made.
(us) wrote: Tarantino is the only reason to see this movie. It was all "middle" and no end.