IN THE DARK
Top Customer Reviews
Well, they sent me the first rough cut, and I was shocked at what I saw. It was actually good! I told them I'd do it. I knew I was going to be rather busy over the next several months with graduate school, so I asked my buddy, Sam Bottoni, to help me out. Sam is incredibly talented and has a similar style, so I knew it'd all work out.
It was a blast working on this film, and I hope you all enjoy it.
But for every movie you roll your eyes at, there is a little film like this one. A good movie with a cool story that made me laugh out loud more than once.
The only reason this movie is "small" or "indie" is because there is no million dollar actor walking through the scenes. And when you watch the behind-the-scenes clip, you'll know why. These guys wanted to make a good movie and didn't strive to shoehorn in some actor in some vain attempt to get notice from Sundance.
They wanted to make a movie and they did it. I didn't want to check it out- I'm honest about it. I wasn't out there searching the indie scene to alleviate my Hollywood-worn heart. I just saw it on Netflix, and since I consistently look for ways to stick it to the man, I put as many movies as I can on my queue.
I watched it, shoved it back in its red envelope and then bought it. I've watched it twice since then and still laugh at some of there idiotically fun extras.
If you've ever come out of a film moaning and groaning about how bad it is and screamed out into the night "I could have made a better movie on my own," then you need to get this movie. These guys made a fun, smart movie and I truly believe it should be seen.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I found this movie to be VERY entertaining and intriguing, especially for a seemingly small/independent film. Well acted and written. Read morePublished on June 4, 2012 by PB39
I saw "In The Dark" at a film festival in Los Angeles and thought it was just fantastic. I would call it a dramedy leaning more towards the drama. Read morePublished on June 21, 2007 by Mr. Snickers