This movie helped me so much as an adult after my bluetick hound died. Not for one second was I not on the edge of my seat laughing, crying, or pissing my pants out of sheer terror. I have since acquired a heroin addiction after losing my fortune gambling, but this movie helps me not want to ride the white horse. If you're a true grit bandit with a zest for life, this flick is for you.
This movie isn't great, and anyone who thinks so must have low standards. I honestly don't care if it was made with $1,500 or 2 million dollars, it was a middle of the road movie. I can certainly appreciate they did a ton for the money and even find it hard to believe they pulled off this much of a movie for that budget. I didn't find it particularly funny and it was a little slow and awkward at times but in the end I didn't feel like I wasted my time at all. As many have said the cinematography was really, really good.
I think the initial the character development was a little lacking, I started to finally appreciate Simon by the end. I'd probably give this a 6/10 on IMDB, and may even watch it again another time.
Wow, I found this through your Reddit AMA and gave it a shot from the strength of that disc golf scene. I'm a fan of small budget indie films put together as a labor of love, and this is probably the best I've seen since Primer. Even with the "we made this for less than $2000" thing put aside, this is a funny, suspenseful drama.
Terrible movie. Poor writing, dreadful acting. Garbage storyline. Nothing is believable about this poorly done flick except for the apparent and painful fact that it is poorly done. Maybe the 2nd worst movie ever made! See, I won't even give it the distinction of being the worst. Slow, boring, the sex and profanity is even boring. The climax is boring. The actors are boring, the whole thing is very, very bad.