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Freedom State

February 15, 2013

Cinequest 2006
1054282 (1)Last night we saw Freedom State and hit the jackpot again.  Shot beautifully, and the characters were played by such likeable people. You just didn’t want it to end because you were in love with watching these “crazy” people in their adventures. And a real message of love and living happily. Again, the director comes out and he’s all of 16 years old. Okay, he can’t possibly BE 16, but he certainly looked it. I am amazed that so many good movies are being made by kids who can’t be out of their early 20’s. Anyway, view the trailer and keep your eye out for this one because I think it may make it.

The only criticism – it was slow in the very beginning, and it was almost too quirky – but everyone I spoke with agreed that the movie itself was so good that we didn’t care about the quirky parts we didn’t understand – we loved watching it anyway.

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dirtymaryDirty Mary, the short before this was okay. It had a great plot and was pretty hysterical, but again, editing. No one wants to listen to the drunk girl screeching at the bar, and no one wants to listen to so much screeching on screen either. If the screeching was cut down, the rest of the movie was pretty fucking hilarious. And if you’re a girl and ever wore your stained granny panties and neglected shaving your legs to assure you didn’t bring a guy home after a date, then you would totally love this short.

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