Turtle Hill, Brooklyn (2013) 720p

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Genres:
Comedy | Drama
Resolution:
1280*714
Size:
736.98M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
95 min
IMDB Rating:
5.6 / 10 
MPR:
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Downloaded:
78
Seeds:
9
Peers:
2
Directors: Ryan Gielen [Director] ,


Movie Description:
TURTLE HILL, BROOKLYN is a funny, sincere, slice of life about a couple just trying to figure it out. Mateo and Will invite their friends over for Will's 30th birthday. After a few surprise visitors, they get through the day, but realize that doubting your partner isn't nearly as scary as doubting yourself.

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Reviews

There's something wrong with the pace but everything else is good

I think that a lot of reviewers were very hard on this movie. Sure, it's no classic but there are a lot of real drinkers out there and this isn't one of them. The acting here is very good and it's filmed well but there's something wrong with the pace of the piece, maybe editing. Some of the characters could have been a bit more rounded and Mateo and Will are never seen in any form of blissful relationship, so when it goes belly up we really aren't that invested. It could have been better, but god knows, it could have been much worse. Both leads are cute and relateable, that's what saves this from being a terrible movie... I gave it 7 stars.

Slice of life...that isn't!

Always a good rule of thumb to never watch films where the writers are also in the starring roles. They are usually very disappointing. This film is no exception. It's a bit of low budget rubbish that seems to operate on the belief that everyone's life is a story. There's no story here at all. The films is a slow paced pile of rubbish. Don't waste time on it at all!

Nothing new here....

A fly-on-the-wall style drama that centres around the 30th birthday party of a gay guy in New York that has a few party games, reveals a few unpleasant secrets and generally retreads a well worn path of gay deceit, campness and betrayal.... In the end, I reckon the pi?ata got off lightly. Yada yada yada...
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