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New Low

New Low
1:21:00 | 2010

Categories: Romance, Comedy, Festivals

Who do we really belong with? Wendell is a neurotic twenty something with no future. Vicky is a dirty, mean bartender who's dating Wendell. Their relationship is based on a mutual lack of ambition and cleanliness, and the most refined thing they do together is go to art galleries for the free food. When Joanna, a nice, stable social worker, invites Wendell to a meeting with one of her many activist groups, he suddenly feels like he might be capable of doing something worthwhile after all. He starts to date Joanna, who brings him into her alien world where people actually care about things. But is this newfound selflessness who he really is? A classic love triangle becomes much more, and Wendell has to decide not only who he belongs with, but what kind of person he is underneath all that neuroses. Written and directed by Adam Bowers, NEW LOW is a fresh, laugh-out-loud comedy with a punk aesthetic and razor sharp dialogue.

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a********m
June 20, 2015
A+
hundredbat7308
h********m
June 27, 2014
A
Melodee
m********m
June 4, 2014
B+
zohreah
z********m
April 27, 2014
C
it Was Ook...
Andre Miguel Antunes Ferreira
t********m
April 8, 2014
That was terrible. Mostly at least. There were some laughs, but not enough to save it from sucking ass. If you're not a Tobuscus fan, I can't see the point of watching this boring procession of tired scenes, passive characters, and nothing. It tries to make itself memorable with an unfulfilling ending. It's a vain attempt. Nothing about this movie will be something you remember a week from now.
Feli
t********m
February 23, 2014
D-
marlene pierce
m********t
January 31, 2014
A
Dusty McDowell
g********m
January 20, 2014
B
Dennis Wolf
d********m
December 24, 2013
A+
What's not to like? Nice location too. Hope there's a part 2
Beth M.
m********m
December 16, 2013
B
Birthday Gurl
b********m
December 7, 2013
A
Batya Weiss
b********m
December 3, 2013
A-
curiosofilms
c********m
November 24, 2013
B-
Jess Gong
a********m
November 18, 2013
B
Susan Hope
c********m
October 25, 2013
A-
suli
l********m
September 20, 2013
B-
meh1
April Ranae
p********m
August 13, 2013
A
Hilario Fareaux
h********m
July 27, 2013
I enjoyed this movie so much, I was shock and sadden by "Bruce's" death. The "Harlem Renaissance" period seems like it was quite trilling and exciting.
Anony McMous
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July 24, 2013
One of the worst movies I've seen in a while. For more, keep reading. Camera work was shaky (WTF TRIPODS CAN BE BOUGHT FOR LIKE $30). Acting was -- fuck, what's a word that encompasses "the worst," "terrible," "middle-school level," "despicable," "painful to watch," and "sad"? -- lamentable isn't even strong enough word choice. The jokes were horribly timed and delivered. So many of the jokes were suicide-based or self-deprecating that it felt as though no other material was available. I can't even give a well-rounded or representative opinion because I could only endure watching the first and last 15 minutes. I feel embarrassed for the makers of this movie.
Peace
R********m
July 11, 2013
B
Gina Sandora
g********m
June 30, 2013
B
Regina Chapman
r********m
June 27, 2013
A-
Was A Really Good Movie. The ending could have been better though.
Jeff Douglas
j********m
June 19, 2013
A-