Wuss 2013 UNRATED CC

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2011 SXSW World Premiere and winner of countless other festival audience awards all over the country, WUSS is the darkly comic drama of Mitch, a high school teacher, who faces constant ridicule after he's repeatedly beaten up by several of his own students. When he hooks up with a student with a dark past to seek revenge, the two of them bond to fight back and Mitch is a Wuss no more.

Starring:
Nate Rubin, Alicia Anthony
Runtime:
1 hour 37 minutes

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Wuss

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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Clay Liford
Starring Nate Rubin, Alicia Anthony
Supporting actors Ryan Anderson, Cody Jones, Tony Hale, Alex Karpovsky, Chris Gardner, Jenny Shakeshaft, Sylvia Luedtke, Arianne Margot, Jonny Mars, Frank Mosley, Jonathan Lisecki, Laura Stone, Brian Blake, Sarah Ann Bull, Sterling Campbell, Kaitlen Cerney, Zakk Clay, Monica Day
Studio FilmBuff
MPAA rating Unrated
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 3-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By luckyg on June 21, 2013
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A ridiculously and unbelievably plotted movie. So many times, you will scream at the tv--"Go to the police, you idiot."
Also reinforces African American Stereotypes--racist tinge.
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Wuss is an excellent independent feature. It sounded interesting to me, but I was completely surprised by how well written and well crafted it is, and the caliber of the performances. Nate Rubin gives a remarkable performance in the lead role of Mitch, and the supporting cast is excellent all around, particularly Chris Gardner in the role of Louis, as well as Tony Hale (from Veep and Buster on Arrested Development) in what's essentially a meaty extended cameo. The film is quite dark, but equally funny and dramatic. This is exactly the type of thoughtful, well-made movie that should make people thankful for the DIY digital revolution that's allowing true filmmakers to tell genuine, human stories without all the bluster and bullsh*t that goes into the mega-budget Hollywood productions that are dumbing down America's output of film. Writer/director Clay Liford is clearly an exceptionally talented storyteller, and we're all better off that a filmmaker with such a unique voice has the chance to share it.
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By Jordan on April 11, 2013
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This film really drew me in. As a recent high school grad, I totally identified with the story. It was also super fun to see Ray from Girls be a principal. and LOVED THE ENDING. too good.
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By R. V. on April 5, 2013
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The story seemed to be a combination of the two movies "To Sir With Love" meets "Blackboard Jungle".
The relationship of the main character with his students was so inappropriate at so many levels it was laughable. This dude is not only a Wuss he is also a felonious contributor to the delinquency of a minor and I think the term grooming may be applied here. I give it three stars because the story was absorbing and the characters were well enough developed to make one wonder what will happen next.
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