Murder Is Like Sex
Stuck in a dead-end job, the relationship-challenged high school graduate Kevin (Jayson Garity) thinks he may have found and escape to his life problems when a lovely and mysterious young woman named Lisa (Robyn Griggs) moves in next door. But Lisa harbors some dark secrets, and before long, Kevin finds himself accused of murder.
- Stars:Robyn Griggs, Jayson Garity, Heather Summers, Michael Hanton, Ken Sechrist, Matthew Turner, Lindsay Gerish, Holly Sechrist, Mildred Boron, Steve Yeany, Joseph J. Zetts, John Jurko II, Bradley T. Sheridan, Jason Cosa, Brenda Crum,
- Director:Keith Boron,
- Writer:Keith Boron
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(nl) wrote: This is a wonderful film about a petty hustler who, in the waning times of his life, finds his old self-indulgent lifestyle difficult to sustain. With few prospects ahead of him, and having burned the bridges that could have made a transition out of his lifestyle possible, the world seems to close in around him. How one deals in old age with the consequences of lifelong choices is something you don't have to be a short-money hustler to relate to. This is a poignant story, occasionally funny but also very sad. The ending was as it should be; and the final scene in particular, as the sounds continued on even into the credits, was nicely done. The direct has said that he was influenced by the films of the early 70s, and I believe that this movie is a worthy homage to some of the great films of that era.
(ca) wrote: a very great movie... great story... made me cry...
(ca) wrote: as far as the movie went - it was just a typical indian masala flick - wat make it stand out was two things: - it had two Beauty Pagent winners (Ms. World and Ms. Universe) both cast in the lead roles - it brought Priyanka Chopra to the world ... !!
(gb) wrote: Review In A Nutshell:Everyone has those set of films that they have encountered in their youth that stick with them in a positive light even after one has grown so much in emotional and physical maturity. 13 Going on 30, better titled in Australia as Suddenly 30, was a film that I encountered nearly on a daily basis during my days in primary school as my young sister was mesmerized by it, finding an amazing role model to cling onto, hoping that when she becomes older she would also find success in the realm of fashion and still retain that sense of innocence and virtue. I latched onto these films for different reasons; I found myself heavily attracted to Jennifer Garner and the character she plays, a girl who has a bubbly and uncorrupted quality that makes her so damn infectious. Now, I am 20 years old, and seeing this film once again has brought back these emotions and still managed to be charming and romantically sweet.The film deals with the ideas of choice, direction and how both affect the outcomes of the future. Jenna Rink, the film's protagonist is a girl who aspires to be part of the hottest cliques in their school and is willing to be wrapped around the group's fingers in order to just get her foot in the door. Her close friendship with Matt has allowed her to become grounded and innocent, but an eventful birthday party has pushed her into wishing to be a woman that is thirty, flirty and thriving. After the establishes its premise, it becomes a wonderful adventure of success and glamor, while also touching on contemplation of past decisions and how it affects one's personal relationships; finding the positives and the negatives that come with it.13 Going On 30 is not an ambitious film but it manages to execute its tone so perfectly that it is difficult to not be charmed by it. Combine this with Jennifer Garner's vibrant and cute quality of her performance, and what we get is something beautiful and fun. It is an entertaining film that understands its flaws and tweaks them to turn them into strengths.My personal sense of nostalgia will forever keep this film a guilty pleasure of mine, but I do not expect others to feel the same way. 13 Going On 30 is one of the few films that I could endlessly quote and reference.
(us) wrote: I rate it a 56 out of 10. Normally, when rating something from 1 to 10, 11 is always the max. For me, however, I don't remember there being anything about 11 being the max for a 1 to 10 rating system in the rule book! It's kinda like how there's nowhere in the rule book that says a dog can't play baseball with a raccoon as the pitcher. I learned more form this movie the all my life experiences combined. I would give it more then 56 out of 10, if I only had the kind of courage that Air Bud has. We all know that he looks stupid in that little baseball uniform. However, even though dogs aren't mentioned in the rule book, dressing like the rest of your team is. Therefore when all has been said and done, the only possible word combination that could spring forth from our mouthes about such an amazing work of motion picture genius is, " Air Bud really did take one for the team, and that he also took one for all of us..."
(us) wrote: i am really excited about watching it cause i just got done with the book. i really wish winnie would have drank the water when she was 17 though.
(au) wrote: Pretty good, not the best I've ever seen.
(jp) wrote: A Unique War Adventure!!
(mx) wrote: Vulgar and not too funny