Killing Zelda Sparks Reviews
Craig Blackshear dated one girl most of his life, Zelda Sparks, and every time he tries to get rid of her, she sucks him right back in. She was a chronic liar and cheated on him regularly. Now that she is out of town, and they've both graduated, Craig thinks he is past Zelda and can move on in life with his new girlfriend. Just as things begin getting serious with Craig and his girlfriend years after high school, Zelda returns...
"Keep standing or be a passenger the rest of your life."
Jeff Glickman delivers Killing Zelda Sparks in his directorial debut. The storyline for this picture isn't overly original; however, the characters are interesting and well presented. The script is clever and there is a few comedic lines sprinkled here and there. The cast delivers solid performances and includes Sarah Carter, Vincent Kartheiser, and Geoffrey Arend.
"I'd be praying my pecker doesn't fall off in the shower."
This is one of those movies that you watch and catches you off guard. This was better than I anticipated by a long shot. I had never heard of this movie and decided to DVR it when I saw the poster while flicking through the channels. This movie has a combination of a clever script, great characters, and an entertaining plot and pace. This movie is an underrated gem that is worth your time.
"You've had your head shoved so far up your ass you see in beige."
There is much to love about thismovie. The characters are really good, especially that is the enigmatic and manipulative Zelda. Her canivings drive people insane.
This movie is full of style, interesting filming techniques, and great characters. A must see.
Style exceeds substance incredibly, which is a shame, because there were parts of this film, particularly one of the twists, that I really enjoyed.
Normally I'd probably give this movie 4 stars, but considering I'm in it, that automatically counts for an extra star.