The Learning Curve (2002)
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A couple drifts into crime for a few laughs and some fast money, but before long they discover they've gotten in too deep. Georgia (Money Mazur) is a beautiful but unstable woman who claims to be under eighteen and still living at home, though it's hard to say if she's telling the truth. One night, while drinking with friends, she meets Paul (Carmine Giovinazzo), a janitor who intervenes when a drunk propositioning Georgia doesn't seem willing to take no for an answer. Paul and Georgia are both
Apr 1, 2002 Wide
Apr 23, 2002
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Sets an intriguing low-key thriller into motion, then proceeds to resolve it in the most uninspired way possible.
Oh, that script by Mr. Schwab! As Cajun comic Justin Wilson says, 'He doesn't miss one damn inch of that road.'
The Learning Curve may not offer anything new, but it has terrific vitality.
Adds a layer of irony as the director makes one beginner's mistake after another -- revealing Schwab's own learning curve to be quite steep.
uncharacteristically ambitious aims for a film that otherwise looks like nothing more than cheap exploitation thriller
Good, flashy visuals, but writer/ director Eric Schwab still has a long way to go in applying a strong story with characters that matter.
One of the cooler things about being required to watch lots of movies "sight unseen" is that occasionally something unexpectedly entertaining pops up.
The movie's all flash and formula, as original as the letter A.
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