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|Contributor||Chris Klein, Claire Coffee, David Blue, Thora Birch, Harvey Lowry, Scott South, Jasmine Fontes, Kelsey Tucker See more|
|Runtime||1 hour and 44 minutes|
Lauren (Thora Birch, American Beauty) becomes the voice of a generation when, after one too many bad boyfriends, she launches a blog promoting “The PIG Theory.” The PIG Theory insists you can enjoy all that romance has to offer, but only for six months. At this "Point of Infidelity and Guilt," you must break up before your mate becomes unfaithful. Lauren is a beacon of light for her followers, but Lauren's sister, Gena (Claire Coffee, “Grimm”), is concerned. She introduces Lauren to the perfect man: Calvin (Chris Klein, American Pie) and they hit it off so an idea strikes: A competition! Calvin will pick five friends who have been in a relationship for longer than six months, and Lauren will pick the enchantress to be their downfall. If three out of five cheat, Calvin must walk away. But if three out of five resist temptation, Lauren must shut down her blog and open her heart to Calvin. Their friends will be the challengers who determine their destiny!
- Aspect Ratio : 1.33:1
- MPAA rating : NR (Not Rated)
- Product Dimensions : 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches; 2.72 Ounces
- Director : Harvey Lowry
- Media Format : NTSC
- Run time : 1 hour and 44 minutes
- Release date : March 27, 2018
- Actors : Thora Birch, Chris Klein, Claire Coffee, David Blue, Kelsey Tucker
- Subtitles: : English
- Producers : Kelsey Tucker, Harvey Lowry, Thora Birch, Jasmine Fontes, Scott South
- Studio : Gravitas Ventures
- ASIN : B0794QVW81
- Writers : Kelsey Tucker
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #213,145 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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I got into the movie, it was nice to see some familiar faces in action. The movie-making teams did a nice work of putting the film together and putting forth an uncommon take on human behaviors.
Harvey Lowry who directed "The Passion of the Christ", and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button", directed this? UH?
Would someone enlighten me on what's going on, here?
A noted director, a studio film, that I changed my mind, it has NO acting, not BAD acting!
It was porn flick bad acting, except everybody had their clothes on.
Thora has quite a few movies under her belt, and being in the business since she was a baby, practically, maybe she has some pull
She was in "American Beauty", she must have made connections there.
Oh my goodness this was tough to watch.
First, the storyline is VERY close to "Someone Like You", that starred Ashley Judd as a TV producer who suddenly gets dumped by her boyfriend, and secretly makes up a story about human male sexuality, based on an obscure study about bulls never mating with the same cow twice.
I know P.I.G. is an acronym, but it's all pretty close.
I see Thora produced it, and I'd love to support her, but so much is just terrible, possible copying aside.
It says this was released in 2018, but Chris Klein's hair is in a trendy style from a few years ago, or a few bad movies ago.
You have to think about those things if your film gets shelved.
Also, Thora's hair and make-up are bad, really bad.
Those things would not be bothersome, or even mentioned in a review if the movie had any redeeming qualities.
The woman who plays Thora's mother is so glaringly bad, she sounds like she's reading her lines off of a cereal box.
Thora is an experienced actress, who was VERY good in an excellent movie several years ago, "The Hole." However, here portrayal of the successful career woman is bland and just bad.
Good for her to attempt to produce and star in her own movie. I just wish it could have been better.
I don't want to span on the movie. A lot of people out a lot of time energy money & passion to get this from the page to the screen. I just wish their effort was more successful. I sense the term of a good story in the premise. I just wish it had a few more passes through the hands of some 'script doctor's who could have polished it up and brought out its potential.
I look forward to the next project from the screenplay writer. Maybe the next one will better deliver on its potential.