Quick Critique: Almost Home

Sneaking out of home to meet a boy, Sarah (Jessica Healy) dies suddenly of a seizure. Continue reading “Quick Critique: Almost Home”

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Quick Critique: Trained (REQUEST)

Jake (Yuri Rutman) and Emma (Jenny Diamico) are a couple living in Chicago dealing with an unusual personal issue. Emma has siderodromophilia; she cannot get sexually aroused unless she is on or near moving trains. Continue reading “Quick Critique: Trained (REQUEST)”

Quick Critique: Boombats (REQUEST)

Boombats follows the misadventures of Bobby Battali (Tony Sciara), a bumbling perpetual loser who gets indebted to a dangerous mob boss after racking up gambling debts. Continue reading “Quick Critique: Boombats (REQUEST)”

Quick Critique: Gay and Loathing in Bris Vegas (REQUEST)

 

Gay and Loathing Bris Vegas is a comedy set in Australia‚Äôs third largest city. Continue reading “Quick Critique: Gay and Loathing in Bris Vegas (REQUEST)”

Quick Critique: Rebecca Gold (REQUEST)

Rebecca, codenamed Agent Nine (Katie Sheridan) is having a routinal counciling session with her stone-faced psychiatrist Doctor Drew (Paul Coster). Continue reading “Quick Critique: Rebecca Gold (REQUEST)”

Quick Critique: Mute Date (REQUEST)

fIn the far off, impossible to see future of 2020, Noah (Anthony Kapfer) and Erica (Nina Tandilashvili) take part in an experiment that puts them on a blind date. Continue reading “Quick Critique: Mute Date (REQUEST)”