Four Reviews

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½ September 13, 2013
Goes to believable places but avoids the trappings of traditional melodrama.
September 14, 2013
Technically well made small indie, but unfortunately there's no plot to tell, to keep the audience interested in the characters. Two couples meet the first time, and that's it.
½ September 14, 2013
An interesting examination of relationships, both gay and straight, on one night, FOUR is an insightful film about choices and regrets. Admittedly, the story between Cohen-Pierce is much stronger than the latter and their scenes pack far more of an emotional punch, but the film is still strong as a whole.
½ September 10, 2013
Please see this movie!!
February 2, 2013
From the website......A steamy July 4th night brings four people together in two tales of seduction and conflicted desire. Joe is a black, middle-aged, married man out on an Internet date with June, a white teenage boy. Abigayle is Joe's precocious daughter, out herself with a hot, wisecracking, Latino basketball player named Dexter. As the two couples get to know each other intimately, their realities are tested, and the outcome is bracing. Based on the play by Pulitzer Prize finalist and Obie-winning playwright Christopher Shinn, FOUR stars Wendell Pierce, acclaimed for his roles in the HBO series The Wire and Treme and Emory Cohen from NBC's Smash.
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