Overtime [Blu-ray] (2013)
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A classic tale of science gone awry, "zombie-alien" style. And it's up to our heroes to save the day...and try not to become zalien drones in the process! Filled with irreverent humor and nonstop action, "OVERTIME" will leave you cheering for more!
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If you aren't a stickler for high-def, perfect angle filming with over-the-top CGI, I definitely suggest giving this movie a try. It has that classic movie feel where most character focus is on the two mains and everyone else is just there. Which is nice as it doesn't drag down the action and flow of the movie by having to hear the life stories of all characters. It gives you what you need to know to follow the plot of the movie from beginning to end.
The two mains are hilarious and have a good chemistry with each other, as well as their employer. Know that there's a lot of cursing in this, plenty of f-bombs. This movie also doesn't rely on TnA shots to keep eyes glued to the screen, something I greatly appreciate. Other than some busty cleavage and comments from the pervy main, that's about it.
If you're in the mood for something like a zom-com, this is worth the viewing time. I ended up re-watching it the next day with my fiancé, hehe.
The best part of the film is the dialogue, really, lots of good one-liners and most of the humor is pretty snide. For the action stuff though, especially when battling the mutated alien zombie things, most of the shots are so dark that you can't really tell what you're looking at, so I found that segment to be rather a waste....and that does go on for a bit.
Anyway, this is entertaining, it's just not a film that will become a classic or change your life....and if you live in Louisville, you might even recognize some of the scenery...I didn't.
3 out of 5.
Our guys have their own grindhouse swagger music that is interrupted by a phone call from the wife (Cristina Mullins). Unable to secure a clown at the last minute, they employ a drunk homeless man (Sean Saunders), someone who is a "Bobcat" light. Raph with his "Steven Seagal looking pony tail" and Max enter a Kentucky warehouse to do one last job only to be confronted by zombie type humans under alien control.
Overall the acting was bad, although it did win awards at the Louisville Fright Night Film Fest, go figure.
At one point in an elevator Ralp calls Max "Ray" for some reason. The dialouge was humorous, but not rip roaring funny. A fun popcorn film. John Wells did win an award for this film "Best one liner" although I can't say what it was. The film had a number of good one liners.
Parental Guide: F-bombs. No sex or nudity. My local Walmart $9.96.