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How We Met

USA 2016
produced by
Alex Raines, Brian Flaccus, Chadwick Hopson, Zoya Lozoya, Mark Dragin, Karan Patel (executive), Dhiru Robin Prema (executive), Rikesh Prema (executive) for The Knights Young Productions, Lozoya Studios
directed by Oscar Rene Lozoya II
starring Ice-T (voice), Christina Moses, Chadwick Hopson, Brian Flaccus, Gillian Green, Jonathan Kehoe, David Weiss, Alex Davidson, Daniel Stahl, Cale Epps, Alex Raines, Linda Sutera, Tony Sutera, Adrien Rodriguez, Alaina Laethem, Paul Vincent Reilly, Kunal Patel, Christopher Thompson, Josh Bangle, Kayla Frosaker, Karan Patel, Corie McGuire, Taylor Wilson, Dylan Raines, Eden Malyn, Roshan Maloney, Juliette Hing-Lee, Tamara Perry
written by Brian Flaccus, Chadwick Hopson, Oscar Rene Lozoya II, music by Carson Aune, Dane Leon

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Marie (Christina Moses) and Ted (Chadwick Hopson) are set up for a blind date - and it couldn't go worse, in fact so bad that Marie leaves within 5 minutes ... but then feels sorry for Ted and offers to at least drive him home. On their way they're stopped by bad cop Ron (Jonathan Kehoe), and when he almost rapes Marie, Ted interferes, and by pure bad luck, they shoot him dead. Seeing chances are slim that anybody will believe them it was self defense, they decide to not call the police but throw the body into a nearby lake ... but then they receive a call (on Ron's phone) from a drug cartell who threaten to kill Ron's family shouldn't he hand them over "the drugs" - and they feel they can't have his family killed due to their misfortune, and actually don't give a fuck who gets what drugs, so decide to do the handover in Ron's place - but for that they need Marie's crazy DJ ex Eddie (Brian Flaccus) for expertise. Now the handover goes terribly awkward when it turns out that the drug cartel is actually Ted's dad (David Weiss), brother (Alex Davidson) and cousin (Daniel Stahl), who have all had sex with Ted's ex (Gillian Green) behind his back it turns out, and instead of making a clean handover, Ted shoots his dad in the leg in a rage, and suddenly he and Marie find themselves on the run from his folks. And things get really complicated when they run into the FBI, who have their own agenda, and for that they need Ted and Marie being in the line of fire ...


Despite a poignant voice-over from none other than Ice T, the first few minutes of How We Met feel like a routine and quite random romantic comedy - not bad but nothing special - until the movie switches gears and steers towards quirky crime comedy, and really comes into its own as that, thanks to a well-structured sceenplay that allows for many an off-beat scene without ever losing itself in its craziness, a colourful and eccentric ensemble of characters portrayed by a very capable cast, and a directorial effort subtle enough to make this more than a parade of cheap jokes.

Great fun for sure!


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