Release date: 2011
An indie production, I would say that Only Human could be termed as short but sweet. Story wise it is fairly simple, and the running time comes in at around 75 minutes but these two things conspire to make the film enjoyable. It is clear that directors Maurer and Wirtanen are aware of their limitations, as we shall see, and so don’t let the film become hamstringed by them.
It begins with a high school basketball game, with star player Luke (Tommy Jacobs) getting the winning hoop in the final seconds, much to the delight of his cheerleader girlfriend Molly (Stephanie Clark). Later, in the backseat of her car, she stops the heavy petting to tell him that she has been accepted into a college. We assume, given his reaction, that it is some distance away and it certainly hasn’t been mentioned before.
|Luke and Vanessa|
|Vanessa arrives at the Prom|
|cheating on webcam|
|impressive rebound action|
|Vanessa's new nature|
Above average, some performances much better than others but overall satisfying. 5.5 out of 10.
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