After her only friend is expelled from their private school in the Upper East Side of Manhattan,
This is another respectable entry into the genre of the unhappy and unloved teenager, going after a boy who turns out to be no prize, and trying to fit in with her fellow classmates, but how does it find its audience when the title misleads you into thinking its a sex-and-drugs movie, and the video cover misleads you into thinking it's has Melanie Griffith it when she only makes two passing appearances?
I love movies that almost grasp the reality of a teens life. Though I do enjoy the occasional happy ending, as unrealistic as they are. Tart was real, the boy really screws you over and leaves you heartbroken. 'Chick flicks' have probably a more depressing ending than movies like Tart, because you know you will never find that perfect mate, it gives us false hope and sets us up for disappointment. While Tart is cold, hard, reality. Probably a little more harsh than most of our realities. After watching Tart, you don't think wow that was a great movie because it leaves you with an uneasy feeling. Life isn't rainbows and butterflies, and Tart is a great example of that, what we refuse to see, but its there. Love it or hate it.
Interesting plot with an ending that is surprising and challenges your thinking!While on a camping trip with friends, a teenager discovers that his tent has the ability to teleport. But soon he discovers that teleportation isn't the only thing the tent can do...>This short film was shot on a $0 budget. I traveled with some friends and family along the Great Ocean Road and shot this on the way.Writ [...]
I Ship It (2014) - Life After A Bad Breakup I Ship It (2014) manages to avoid most rom-con cliches. After a bad breakup, Zoe Smallman decides to take down her ex-boyfriend in a wizard rock battle of the bands The possibility that Zoe is attracted to Charlie is brought up very early in the story — the fact that it’s addressed quickly instead of being dragged out threw me for a loop, in a good w [...]
Really fun adventure sci-fi horror like in late 80's! Extraterrestrial is a sci-fi flick that depicts a group of young folks who take to a cabin in the woods for a small holiday as a mysterious fire ball streaks across the night skies and crashes.Very intense and contains a lot of breath taking and jaw dropping moments. Another reason i liked it was because it ended greatly. The ending to this fil [...]
Trappers Delight! Indie Western Par-Excellance! Texan fur trapper journeys into the mysterious Buckskin woods. The cinematography and sound is first rate. I especially enjoyed the non-sentimental, plain talk, and straightforward acting style. If you liked the "revenant" this film is for you. The ending is a bit of a surprise, and the movie did not need the dream/ vision sequences. This is supposed [...]
Truncated ending or not, this is one quality short!Liv Laika embarks on a solitary mission to a distant planet in search of her ancestors who fled the earth nearly a century prior. After days of radio silence, Liv begins to question whether or not they even want to be found.Bryan is an Atlanta based screenwriter and director. He discovered film making when, after winning a middle school science fa [...]
Great short film with amazing plot and beautiful cinematography For Sylvester, her light is an ever-present memory. When darkness enshrouds his life, he must gather the courage to confront his grief and find a new beginning. Kurt Devonshire is a visionary filmmaker from London, UK, recently graduated from Rutgers University.This is a short film created with some good friends over 8 shooting days i [...]