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(1098) 5.3 80 min 2017

Like Me is a movie starring Addison Timlin, Ian Nelson, and Larry Fessenden. A young woman sets out on a crime spree that she broadcasts on social media.

Jeremy Gardner, Larry Fessenden, Addison Timlin, Ian Nelson
Drama, Horror, Crime
Robert Mockler

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Horror, Crime
Director Robert Mockler
Writer Robert Mockler
Stars Jeremy Gardner, Larry Fessenden, Addison Timlin, Ian Nelson
Country USA
Runtime 1H 20M
Description A young woman sets out on a crime spree that she broadcasts on social media.

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Friday, 19 Jun 2020 09:52

I was taken aback by this film and not because of its quality or lack thereof. No, I wasn't expecting much. I was expecting to watch a film with a title and a plot that would, at least in theory, make me want to see it again. And I was expecting to be entertained. Instead I was totally taken off-guard by this movie and it wasn't because I was uninspired or unengaged. It was because I wasn't expecting much at all. It's almost as if the writer of this film had an idea for a movie but was trying to cram as many plot points into the film as possible. Even the characters, though admittedly quite well-written, were oddly drawn-out and over-the-top. It was so in-your-face and over-the-top that I felt like I was watching a TV-movie-show, with characters who were designed to get a little more screen time in each subsequent scene. That may be the fault of the writer's as well, but it seems like it was intentional. And that's a shame, because the ending was so well-written and so thoughtfully-handled that I was left wanting more, and wanting to know more. But I had my own quibble with the movie. The thing about this movie that did most of the work for me was its portrayal of a problem that's present in every single American household. It is one of the most pervasive problems in American culture, and it's this problem that the writer was trying to address. But I wasn't really satisfied. The problems were still there, the underlying problem still present. But I felt that the writer had glossed over the problem in a way that made it look like it was a minor one. And that's something I can't stand. I would love to see a movie that addresses these problems head-on. It would be one that doesn't gloss over the underlying problem and make it look like a minor one. I know that the writer is just trying to make a movie, but that doesn't mean that it should be glossed over, glossed over, glossed over. That would be like me looking at a bug and saying "It's just a bug." I want a movie that goes deep into the issues in my life and asks me to really consider and care about them. That's why I think the writer was so frustrated with the ending. It's a problem that doesn't get enough attention. And that's the problem with this movie: It didn't get enough attention.

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