Prime of Your Life

Categories: Drama, Romance
1hr 32min | 2010
A 20-something slacker girl meets a handsome rebel at her best friend's funeral. She partners up with him and through a series of cons, finds her path to independence and love.

Topics: Relationships, Friendship, Unemployment, Fictional Crime, Valentine's Day, Family, Con Artist, Funeral, Best Friend, Love, Illegal, Crime, Betrayal
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DOLLA BILL
DOLLA BILL
April 18, 2014
B+
This was a good film. The down side to this film is that you could barely hear the main actors' conversation/dialogue during the club scene due to the loud background music. The scene where the main protagonist arrives at her ex-boyfriend's crib and gets upset when she finds out that his new boyfriend has moved in made absolutely no sense. This scene could be removed as it would then enable the previous scene before this particular scene to connect to the following scene where she is in bed upset. I felt the three cons scenes really helped build and establish both the plot of the film and the two main actors' relationship. I felt the two main actors connected well during the film's later scenes. I also felt that there could have been another scene added to end the two main actors' relationship properly. I feel that the director and editing team need to sit down and discuss about removing a scene in this film. This scene which should be removed is the scene where the main protagonist drops the liqour bottle in the bathroom sink in her ex boyfriends's house. The director and editing team should re edit the club scene to enable the main actors' voices to be heard in the scene. The sound levels of the music used for this scene have to be the main focus of editing. I feel the production team of this film did a great job and the film turned out to be a success.
Saydee
Saydee
February 12, 2014
A+
curiosofilms
curiosofilms
December 18, 2013
I liked the story, but I had a hard time buying the fact the main female protagonist was a 20-something. I'm sorry, but she looks like she's in her mid-30's, so it was hard to get past that.
Jim Zweep
Jim Zweep
September 23, 2013
B+