This is why there are so many different review outlets. We all see something in the same movie.
Check out my review of Nowhere Angels here.
Metro is extremely pleased with the movie that director D Cypher calls his personal favorite. “Nowhere Angels” is Cypher’s latest creation and it’s getting some rave reviews from AVN. Dubbing the movie “lit porn” DC has peppered the script (Which I found to be the best part of the flick) Cypher throws Hunter S. Thompson, Jack Kerouac and Thomas Pynchon around in between sex scenes. The pretentiousness potential is pretty high, but script is more cool than snobby.
On the other hand, a press release comparing it Kids and Bully is stepping over the line a little bit. They describe it as movie that paints neo-realist portrait of a group of nihilistic young vagabonds drowning their desperation for an escape from their dismal town in a constant torrent of sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll.” Too bad that single line was ten times more enthusiastic than any of the sex scenes. That’s just my opinion of course. AVN differed greatly. They rave about the movie.
“”The drab, stark imagery here is striking, and some of the acting is quite terrific, most notably in the cases of Veronica Jett and Barrett Blade. And that speaks nothing to the sex, which itself may very well be the hottest in a DCypher feature to date. (A couple of particular standouts: the coupling of Jett and Masterson, and the g/g with Joli and Mason.)”
They give it pre-noms for Pre-noms: Best Sex Scene Coupling (Jett & Masterson), Best All-Girl Sex Scene (Joli and Mason), Best Supporting Actress (Jett), Best Actor (Blade), Best Packaging, Best Art Direction, Best Videography (Francois Clousot), Best Screenplay (DCypher), Best Director ” Video (DCypher), Best Video Feature.
Check out “Nowhere Angels” from Metro and decide for yourself.