Lovers of Hate (2011)
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Critic Reviews for Lovers of Hate
An unusually perceptive examination of fraternal rivalry and failed ambition.
A 2010 Sundance favorite, this inventive (and inventively thrifty) character study from Austin indie stalwart Bryan Poyser never flinches from the intractable sibling resentment at its core.
It's among the most unjustly underseen American indies of the year.
It lingers in the mind, thanks largely to its trio of actors -- especially Alex Karpovsky, who brings a riveting sense of spontaneity to depicting the younger brother's slow-burning rage.
Designed to make you laugh and squirm, Lovers of Hate does more of the latter.
Audience Reviews for Lovers of Hate
I found myself waiting for this film to end. The tone was ambiguous, which is admirable but frustrating, in how it tried to combine comedy and horror-stalker elements into a tone that was muddled and uninteresting. The characters were all childish, beyond belief, to boot. I feel like the concept was good but I was underwhelmed by how the story was concocted around that concept.
pretty good, some funny and realistic dialogue, tho a real indie vibe to it, the guy who was paul was good
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