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Worth the $1 if you know what you're getting.,
This review is from: Love & Distrust (DVD)
This is a collection of five short films, not a unified film starring R. Patz, which is what all of these 1 star reviews thought they were getting when they saw this at a redbox.
"Blue Poles," "Grasshopper," and "Pennies...", the three middle films, are the three I enjoyed out of the five, with "Pennies..." being my favorite, easily. Even the two films I didn't like as much had some decent qualities. The setting of the first one is unique, and the last one has a ton of really famous people doing strange things.
In short, if you like short films (most people don't, note all the "This movie doesn't make sense" reviews) this is worth a try from redbox or netflix. You'll like at least one of the shorts as they're fairly different from each other, despite the overarching themes of Love and Distrust.
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Initial post: Dec 13, 2010 4:29:46 AM PST
Last edited by the author on Dec 13, 2010 11:22:32 AM PST
jack's mom says:
Wrong! I left a 1 star review, didn't watch it because Robert Pattinson was in it, didn't get the movie at redbox and I do like short films!
Posted on Dec 15, 2010 12:41:01 AM PST
Alexandria D. Senesac says:
Very well said. Your review said a lot more about the film than others. Thank you.
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 15, 2010 9:42:24 PM PST
Michael T. Dunning says:
Yeah, that was a big generalization. There are about 5-6 reviews like that, which is why I started my review with that.
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