A pair of identical twin sisters — one, who has been paraplegic since youth and gets around in a wheelchair, and the other — ‘same face, different bodies.’
I just cut and pasted that right from IMDB, honestly, if I had not read that on there, I would never have guessed they were twins. They’re both right fucking ugly, but twins? No.
Well upon further inspection they are twins. Whoops, either way, yuck on both of them. Here’s Maggie Hatcher. She’s not in a wheelchair.
Here’s Alex Karpovsky, he plays the boyfriend and/or the hipster cool guy that’s boning the wheelchair chick. Damn he’s so cool for being so accepting. Yeah, put on some Siouxsie and the Banshees because you’re so hip and different there cool guy. To tell you the truth, his acting was the only saving grace in this film.
So here he is after he bones the cripple girl. Other than that, this movie had no plot. She owns a store or something, has a lawsuit with her business partner. Her sister smokes some weed with some dude that really should give the fuck up and shave his head. Ummm…. yeah, not too much going on. I fell asleep several times during this because, it was just boring. I didn’t give a fuck about the characters, I was hoping someone would get hit by a car. The camera work was decent enough. I really got nothing else on this. Just another hipster indy film trying so hard to cool it forgot to have a poignant plot or relevant storyline. Great job, lets all goto Goodwill and get some old wool fedoras, some tweed spots coats and use rope for belts to celebrate!

Hip to be square: ★★★★☆☆☆☆☆☆ 

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