(June 26, 2022) Original
(July 31, 2022) New Trailer (#2) — New Poster (#1)
August 5, 2022
From IMDb: “A hopelessly estranged father catfishes his son in an attempt to reconnect.”
Poster Rating: C
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Review: It gets the point across, but not in any appealing or creative way. This is the kind of design you want to use if you don’t care about anyone seeing your movie.
Trailer Rating: C- / B
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Review: (#1) Apart from the premise being predicated on a cringe-worthy and immoral “real story,” the trailer lacks humor, dodges its culpability, and strikes the viewer as something forced. It’s a shame that Patton Oswalt is stuck doing something like this.
(#2) For a film with such a cringe-worthy subject, the trailer does a decent job conveying that uneasiness the audience should be feeling. The comedic elements aren’t as compelling as they should be, but you won’t go into this movie not knowing how odd and uncomfortable it will likely be.