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Plot: The line between reality and fiction starts to blur when two best friends start making a movie about getting revenge on bullies.
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Revenge of the Movie Buffs
Matt and Owen are best friends at the same high school. They are sort of geeky and as such are continually being picked on and bullied by their class mates – who are obviously a bunch of cowards as all bullies are. They are doing a class project in which they have to make a film. This is right up their street as they are both mad movie buffs. So they decide to make a film about how they take revenge on the bullies – as they call them ‘the dirties’ – and use as many filmic references as possible.
This all seems well and good, only one of them is slightly more serious than the other – cue the mayhem.
Well this is a rather well made indie and you can tell a lot of heart and soul has gone into the production. There are some really good lines and some well observed pieces too especially regarding relationships and movie making. The acting is all surprisingly good too. The only issue may be the way some of the action pans out but that will be a matter of taste for the viewer. All in all they pack an awful lot into the 80 minute run time. I would rate as 7/10 as I always appreciate a good and original indie production.
Teenage Pain is Painfully Dull
A tedious exploration of high school alienation, this glacially-paced geek-fest is more attentive to movie meta-references than the purported subject of bullying. At best, Matt Johnson and Owen Williams seem to be trying to answer the unposed questions: “Dude! What if Quentin Tarrantino re-made Gus Van Sant’s ‘Elephant?’ Yo, wouldn’t that be sweeeeet?” Sadly for them, it takes more than appropriating scripted conversation and tossing off pop culture references to create interesting dialog. And it requires characters with greater emotional range to plumb the depths of high school bullying. At the same time the writers shamelessly exploit the Columbine tragedy for a wafer-thin story arc. Any of these demerits could have been excused if the end product weren’t as boring as your worst detention hall.
While the acting is at times excellent, the direction is a largely listless journey though pointless scenes. The visual tedium is occasionally lifted through that 30-year-old cliché, the shaky-cam. But since it’s not part of any “found footage,” and since many of the shots are from hidden vantages (such as through windows and just behind desks), it implies a voyeur’s perspective that doesn’t match any bit of the story. And in the end, the only interesting parts of this painfully familiar material are the confusing narrative disconnections.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 23 min (83 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Crime, Drama
Director Matt Johnson
Writer Josh Boles, Matt Johnson, Matthew Miller
Actors Matt Johnson, Owen Williams, Padraig Singal
Awards 9 wins & 11 nominations
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