Garbage, if you want to regret the loss of an hour of your life watch this movie. Otherwise find something else to do. Annoying lead who manages to kill everyone with a cheap Leatherman pocket tool knock off. Good thing I was doing other things while watching this movie.
Spencer (Hunter Johnson) with the permission of James Cullen Bressack is making a sequel to "To Jennifer." He travels to L.A. and his buddy Mack (David Coupe) agrees to be his producer. Mack questions Spencer's idiosyncrasies until thing culminate to a point of no return.
Personally I like the second Jennifer reading the best. The first hour is designed to build the character of Spencer and create a mystery about him. If you have a fast forward button, feel free to go to the party that James is attending. That is when the film really starts. This is another hand held camera film, although not filmed through a smart phone camera.
Guide: F-word. No sex. Nudity (Lara Jean Mummert) 2 stars is generous
I almost can't put into words how monumentally awful this thing is. It actually pains me to refer to it as a movie. Not because it's shot on an iPhone (although the creator desperately wants viewers to know that for some undeserved praise), but because it's so bad that it would be an insult to every other hard-working creative who actually put some effort and originality into their project.
Over-acted, poorly acted, horribly narrated. Laughable dialogue. I know nothing about the person who made this, but the fact that they thought there was any benefit by presenting this as a finished, thoughtful, original...or even entertaining offering tells me they'd be better off selling videos than making them.
A lot of reviews of "low budget" movies cut the project some slack because the creators didn't have a large budget. And while that may be the case for effects, location/set, and perhaps less-than-A-list acting, etc. it isn't an excuse for every flaw. This movie wasn't a train wreck because it was low-budget (there are many good low-budget movies). It was pathetic because some guy with an iPhone, who had some friends who weren't busy that day came up with something this tragically bad.