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A film with movement-sparking rather than moviemaking on its mind, Revoloution is a hopelessly muddled example of inspirational indie cinema.
You say you want a revoloution? Careful what you wish for.
Be aware that RevoLOUtion is a remarkably well-made 75-minute inspiromercial.
Not even a grumpy cameo by Burt Young and some lovely shots of the Brooklyn Bridge can save a movie as punch-drunk as its benighted protagonist.
The story is hopelessly contrived and the characters -- especially blacks and Italians -- laughingly stereotyped.
Less a movie than an 80-minute promo for a self-help program for the seriously desperate.
Spellbinding! An enlightening and profoundly moving experience!
A bargain-basement independent which so abysmally examines the cathartic act of confronting personal demons that it inadvertently argues in favor of suppression and denial.
As a director, Carr has no sense of pacing (76 minutes seems like an eternity) and doesn't know when to tell Bret Carr the actor that his performance isn't working in a given scene. Carr's crying sequences look about as fake as a purple toupee.
Non-seekers ... may resent the obvious proselytizing voice-over, courtesy of a 'revoLOUtionized' Lou, and scripted psycho-babble.
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