Love takes a furry twist in this slice of romantic comedy. A young woman falls for a stray dog with a secret: by night, it becomes a man. Follow the journey of the golden retriever and the friend who gives him a home.
A disturbed young man meets a beautiful young woman who calls herself Delilah. Over the course of a year they form a strong bond; but as they spend more time with each other they realize they've been building a relationship on lies. This sends them both on a path of self destruction.Written by
Ralph Sepe Jr.
This movie had a lot of good things in it, but also had a lot of bad.
I will first talk about the pros
I felt the female lead was amazing
The cinematography for about 90% of the film was great
The audio design besides the first phone call scene was very good
The music really helped make each scene more and more powerful
The second half was very good even if the ending was a little rushed, but for the most part was thrilling
The acting from Ralph at the beginning was not very good
The first half of the film before we are introduced to Raymond was very slow and boring
The cinematography for 10% of the film was not very good, there were dialogue scenes with so much empty space towards the other side of the shot, it made it feel like someone was going to walk in the shot, but nothing happened.
I didn't fully get as engaged with the characters as I was with King Candy
The black and white is really overused in these films and I feel on some shots I can't see anything unless I turn my brightness up all the way on my computer.
The dialogue sometimes felt very cartoonish
Overall the movie had a lot of good and a lot of bad, but I hope Ralph sees this review and improves because I truly believe he is an amazing filmmaker with a bright future. I think maybe his next film needs to be a bit more lighthearted and not be about a guy who goes crazy and starts hurting and killing people. I also think he'd be best served as a supporting character than a lead so he can spend more time on the script and the camera work. Overall a decent start, but at times, I expected more.
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