Bryan Loves You Reviews
November 9, 2008
But I hate him.
May 8, 2012
A pseudo-found-footage film that explores a religious cult, Bryan Loves you often deviates from the genre form. While the film starts interestingly enough and features appearances by Tony Todd (Candyman) and George Wendt, it just never quite becomes what it could have been. Still, it is a rather interesting and entertaining--if ultimately disappointing--film.
April 8, 2012
This was soo sorry! I can't believe Hollywood Video would even have this. I like B movies but this was not worth watching. I had to take it off afte 15 minutes.
April 20, 2012
Tony Todd opens with the beginning narration for what seems to be an entirely different movie. This movie goes steadily downhill from there. The mythical Bryan was the son of a king and queen... In Arizona... Yes, apparently royalty once lived in Arizona. We're never sure what happened to this kingdom, just that Bryan was killed by some guy as a child and now everyone is loved by him. That's as deep as the plot goes. Once the main character's two friends have left the movie, we are forced to become painfully aware just how much he sucks at acting. The actor, who's not surprisingly also the director and producer, can't emote to save his life. It is impossible to be conviced by his performance.