Director Shola Lynch stated that if she were to write a scripted, narrative film in which a 26-year-old philosophy student became an international political icon, Hollywood would strike the film down as unbelievable.
Since 2003, UCLA students have looked forward to the yearly welcome-back party previously known as Black Sunday, a campus fraternity block party that was permanently shut down by Interfraternity Council and university police for overcrowding in 2002.
Los Angeles has been-jam packed with “Savages” advertisements for what seems like months now. The artfully crafted six-panel poster that features rough- and tough-looking characters has surely drawn the attention of anyone driving by the bus stop or billboards. Face it, the movie looks rugged down to its core.
Unfortunately, the whole thing plays out like a sloppy, poorly written Quentin Tarantino film, and falls short of excellence by a long shot.
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