The Transfiguration

The Transfiguration
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Justin

There were redeeming parts but the villains/gangsters were 2-dimensional, the story devolved into cliché near the very end, but most of all, the lead was a TERRIBLE actor. Kudos to the actors who played his brother and his gf, though.

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Janice

At first, way too slow and plodding. But after a shocking twist, it pays off in a surprisingly poignant way as it resolves its moral dilemma.

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Tim

I'd forgotten I'd seen it before so obviously it didn't make much impression the first time. I like low-budget Indies whatever the genre but this did not grab me though it wasn't badly done. The problem is when you have two leads who don't have much affect i.e. they are flat emotionally it ...Read more

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Frank Sherman

Tim, if I'm being honest, I COMPLETELY disagree with you. Low budget indies are what has gotten me through the hardest fr*cking month of my damn life. I'm not even kidding. BUster and me. This movie had one thing I think we can both call poetry. It doesn't take a film critic or film writer to ...Read more

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Nicole

I, like Milo (well, maybe not as much as Milo haha), have a strong appreciation for the realism of vampires portrayed in media. This movie is about as real as it gets. The heartbreak of Requiem for a Dream with the social ostracism of "blerdness" made this vampire drama a great story.

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Paul

Promising, but too much shaky camera.

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Sarah

It was great. The end sucked though.

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