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Frenemy 2009

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2.6 out of 5 stars (57) IMDb 3.9/10

After a group of friends witness a horrifying crime they wonder how they were lucky enough to escape, unharmed, while one friend did not. Through this self-discovery they start to understand the meaning of their own hilarious yet twisted fate. As their time starts to run out the chance at redemption isn't too far behind.

Starring:
Matthew Modine, Callum Blue
Runtime:
1 hour, 19 minutes

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Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Gregory Dark
Starring Matthew Modine, Callum Blue
Supporting actors Paul Adelstein, Adam Baldwin, Zach Galifianakis, Don McManus, Liza Weil, Lisa Brenner, David Ellison, Maree Cheatham, Martin Spanjers, Lee Weaver, Benjamin Brown, Nicole Dalton, Joanna Kelly, Sandy Kenyon, Keenan Merkovich, Connor Merkovich, Brooke Newton, Donna Pieroni
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Never buy films sight unseen & took a chance on Callum Blue & found it VERY WELL worth the chance I took. My friend hated it. I LOVED it!... and Callum makes you love him & then CHILLS you to the BONE... TWO thumbs up AND five stars!... WOOT!
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If you are a big fan of indie films steep in symbolism and Milton; one that makes you say WTF at the end of the movie, you might try this slow mover with tons of dialouge and f-bombs. Jack and Stephen are friends and while polar opposites they seem to know each other extremely well. Jack, who is filled with positive karma, although not all good, is always situated on the right side of Stephen who is filled with negative energy. Zach Galifanakis plays an adult store owner who deals to children and also sells drugs. There are two subplots that run through the story also. Tommy, the cop is investigating the disappearance of a girl and talk show host Dennis River (Jerry Springer type) somehow has a kid on stage who has admitted killing his parents. They all eventually come together. Much of the story is conversation between Jack and Stephen. The adult book store robbery was comical, but after that the comedy dies. The symbolism on the box is somewhat of a plot spoiler as Jack is made to look like the devil and Stephen the angel. There is a difference between being bad and acting bad, as the movie attempts to point out. At one point Jack almost quotes a Rolling Stone line, "Please to meet you, guess my name" from Sympathy for the Devil. Jack is a nickname for Satan. While attempting to figure out evil, Stephen Sweet asks Jack "Is masturbation evil?" Jack answers, "According to my mother, yes. Thank God she is dead."

After watching this movie I didn't know if I loved it or hated it. But I do know I won't be able to sit through it again to find out.
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You can not imagine how happy I was to find Frenemy on Amazon!! I love this movie and it was so hard to find until I looked on Amazon.
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I've done it again. I gave this movie one star and after seeing it again, I love it. Second time is the charm!
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So I tried looking up this movie on IMDB.com, and it was no where to be found. Why? Because back in 2009 when it was made and Galifianakis was just catching on for The Hangover, this movie was called Little Fish, Strange Pond and the ads and posters had NOTHING to do with Galifianakis. Now, it's being released with him front and center (where it looks like an 8 year old photoshopped his head on someone else's body) and a new title to boot. Pretty safe to say, you should not waste your money on this blatant attempt to capitalize on The Hangover's success.
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DO not buy this movie because you like Zach Galifianakis or his type of humor. This is more very dark humor, people getting killed, gruesome dead bodies, and violence. This movie is about two friends that just go around talking to each other while one of them spouts out his theories on life and death. It did have some funny moments, but they were few and far between and again, not "happy" comedy. The only parts I thought were funny were the parts involving the "Dennis" show. In the movie, there's parts involving a "Montel Williams" type show but it's called "Dennis Rivers." The subject is kids that kill their parents and there's one quiet ashamed kid as a guest who killed his parents. One of the women in the audience gets up and says "killing your parents is just wrong kid!"

So there are very small bits of humor such as that but they are few and far between. In another scene, the two friends are on separate beds and the camera scrolls down to the floor between the beds, as they go on their ramblings about life... and there sets the body of a dead women they act obvlivious to.

It takes a certain type of behavior to enjoy type of movie... it's not for me. I did think it was "ok." As such, you must refer to the appropriate reviews THAT KNEW WHAT THEY WERE GETTING INTO AND ENJOY DARK, DARK HUMOR.
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This is one of my favorite Nathan Seibring films. He's on screen for almost 10 seconds.
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There is nothing funny or entertaining about this movie.
It is mind-numbing beyond words. Definitely one to be missed.
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