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TitleThe College Murders
DirectorDarren DeBari
Production CompanyMindbreak Entertainment
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Submitted by Film Lover 
(Nov 29, 2005)

I have just recently watched "The College Murders". So what are my thoughts? Well, I must say I was pleased, suprised, and entertained. From the first act on, I found myself laughing out loud. I believe this had to do with the interesting, and well acted character played by Greg Wilson. Mr. Wilson is a very talented actor, who appears to have a huge range of diversity. Something very rare in most Indie films I watch. Another little gem in the film was Sally James. She felt very natural and in tune with her character. The story was fresh and interesting. The narrative stayed unpredictable and exciting, another rarity. I even felt as if the writer or director was expressing his view on the world of film. An obvious lover of film and what it can do to someone. The only issues I had with the film were the characters themselves. I had trouble relating to the main characters. As the film moved along, I began to dislike them more and more. I had nothing to root for or feel for, and I felt like I just became a viewer of a reality tv show. Which I am not a fan of. This should not speak for the overall film, which was something everyone should be proud of. The efforts and challanges of a small budget indie film is extremely difficult... they all made it look easy.

Submitted by Rasta 
(Sep 27, 2005)

This movie put me in tears. I can't remember when I've laughed so hard. Greg Wilson, who plays the character of Maxx, is a comic genius. Everything from his facial expressions to his delivery of dialogue was hilarious. Aside from the acting, it is a great story concept that is funny in itself. The College Murders will kill you with laughter!



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