Three cemetery workers face off with the mafia in a race against time to save their boss.
Jared wrote his first professional screenplay while he was serving in Iraq as a Marine. After returning home from the war, he acquired a manager and an agent for his acting, and has been pursuing funding for his screenplays. Jared goes against...
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Jared wrote his first professional screenplay while he was serving in Iraq as a Marine. After returning home from the war, he acquired a manager and an agent for his acting, and has been pursuing funding for his screenplays. Jared goes against the grain of what's considered normal, and continues to be original through acting, and writing, and often times, he's called controversial.
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A review of Apartment Bby imoveatparaderest on 11/04/2011From the start this story is an easy read. I couldn't stop once I started as if it were a can of Pringles. At times, it seemed the writer had done their research, especially when the psychologist talked about creating memories, and believing them as truth. However, some parts seemed implausible; scenes like when the ATTENDANT spits tobacco into a paper bag. I used to chew tobacco,... read
A review of The Songby imoveatparaderest on 11/03/2011This story is moving, and slightly graphic. It tells a tale of how humans can cause suffering in other "people". It is a wonderful story with a message of growth, forgiveness and hope. The ending however can be a lot better. I know it's a short story, and the meaning of it is very deep, and most likely up to the reader, but I feel like the ending needed more closure than what... read
A review of Kaplan's Equationby imoveatparaderest on 11/03/2011This short film is hilarious, yet also frustrating, in the sense that I feel for the main character. I put myself in his shoes and when the end came, I felt like passing out as well. The actors in this short film were outstanding performers. It is very difficult to pull off a scene without any words, using only emotions and still making it look realistic. Often times, this... read