#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Lonnie’s life hasn’t changed much in the 16 years since he graduated high school. Still painting houses, still drinking too much, still hanging out with the same old friends. As far as he can see, his only hope for the future lies in taking his physical relationship with coworker Monica to the next level.
Plot: Middle-aged Lonnie hasn’t done much since he graduated high school. His only shot at greatness is to take his relationship to the next level.
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No story, so to me pointless to watch.
I don’t like wasting my time with movies like this one. The kind of movie that has no story at all, or at least nothing interesting unless you like watching soaps where the same neighbor gossip stories are common. You hope something will ever happen but after awhile you just know this is going nowhere and you found another snooze fest, another movie that you should have avoided. The acting wasn’t really bad, the non existant story ruined the whole thing. And don’t watch it as a comedy like it’s categorized because there is absolutely nothing comedy about it, it’s a drama and a boring one.
Wasn’t sure what to expect, pleasantly surprised.
I’ve been going on a James Ransone movie spree ever since viewing “It Chapter Two”. He is an incredible actor, and his range is phenomenal, but when watching the film I was uncertain what to expect. It turned out to be a very grounded and unique film, which I ended up enjoying to the highest extent. What I liked most about it was there was no real plot, nothing eventful ever happened, there wasn’t that traditional downfall in the film where the character faces something so drastic to change everything by the very end and get a happy ending. (Which if I’m honest is so worn out these days, you’re always awaiting that falling point in the film when things are going well, but that’s a roller coaster for you.) It was instead very much like real life, bad things happen and we feel very much alone and or dissatisfied with the lives we are living. Not everyone may feel that way, but for those who do, we just do. I loved this concept, the direction it took us, and how the character felt human. A lot of times films push too much, they have agendas to meet and or are trying to preach some message, and while it’s not terrible, it can get a little too overrun. And for a comedy I was expecting this to be messy, but it was nothing like that, we follow the lead character Lonnie (Ransone) as he is struggling with his life, he’s not generally happy with things, he’s been doing the same job pretty much his whole life, the relationship with a girl he is in love with is going no where, she’s not ready for a serious relationship, but will come by for sex, and he wants more in their relationship, and what surprised me was they didn’t really end up together, he comes to terms with the fact that she probably isn’t the one by the end of the film, and usually films give characters happy endings and good romance, somehow they manage to get the girl, and so I was highly impressed with the way they decided to move the characters, how again, real it truly felt, we sometimes want things in life that can be bad for us, or that we’ll never receive, no matter what it may be. I do recommend this to anyone who is in the mood for something a little different than they are used to watching, I was inspired by the message they did end up telling by the end. “One step at a time” (not the exact words) doing small things and doing things for people instead of yourself help give your life meaning. And by the end of the film Lonnie was doing just that.
So yeah I give it eight stars, It was a wonderful hidden gem of a movie.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 15 min (75 min)
Director Frank V. Ross
Writer Frank V. Ross
Actors Tim Baker, Tim Baltz, Nicole Bloomsmith
Country United States
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