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Stars - Stephen McHattie
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Norval's life has been, to put it lightly, difficult. Currently living home with his mother, the troubled young man is coming off alcohol-related struggles. So when he receives an unexpected letter from his estranged father requesting a visit, Norval catches a bus up to his dad's secluded and scenic waterfront home. Maybe reconnecting with his father will give Norval the emotional fulfillment he's been lacking. Before long, though, he notices something off about his dad, an uneasy feeling triggered by inappropriate comments and a possible over-dependence on booze. Norval quickly realizes that his hope of father/son bonding is doomed. Instead of a family reunion, he finds himself in waking nightmare
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The reason, Eric Wheeler says in a blog post for ClickZ, is videos ability to “cut through the clutter and engage target audiences. ” Big publishers like Buzzfeed already generate more than 50% of their ad revenue from online video, and in two years, that number is expected to change to 75. Whats also changing is how those video placements are bought by advertisers and shown to audiences. Up until fairly recently, if you wanted to run a video ad online, you had to do so before or during an actual video. That meant publishers without video content couldnt sell space for video ads, and advertisers were restricted to running campaigns within video players on sites like YouTube. It also meant that viewers had to wait for the “skip” button to appear before they could watch a clip. But now, with outstream, you can publish video ads in all kinds of content, like editorial pieces for example. 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I think a good comparison to this films makeup would be "In Bruges" the comedy is a little odd-ball and the characters are strangle compelling, this movie is just not quite as good.
A big part of me thinks that this movie will age better than this initial viewing, so I look forward to watching it again somewhere down the line.
Is it good? No
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I have no idea why Hollywood keeps making such movies, but obviously there is a market for them, most likely a growing one, thus I expect to see more and more of this genre.
On the other hand how did Elijah got here is beyond me, I'm guessing it might have something to do with productions like Maniac and Cooties, also I've noticed he produced others such as Mandy, The colour of space, so all in all, perhaps it's a choice and not a downhill slip for him.
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