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Good Neighbors

A witty and whimsical comedy that delves into the liberal like-mindedness between a mother and son.
5/5

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‘Good Neighbors’ is a delightful and whimsical comedy that explores the unique dynamics between a mother and her adult son. Directed by Juan A Mas, with a witty script by Molly Allen and Steve Wylie, the film showcases the talents of Danny Anderson and Deborah Marlowe in the lead roles, delivering performances that are both hilarious and endearing.

The story takes an unexpected turn when a topless neighbor, portrayed by Alexa Eddy, becomes the subject of their kitchen-window spectatorship one morning. What ensues is a series of awkward yet amusing encounters, as the mother and son navigate their liberal approach to the situation. The comedy reaches new heights when they mistakenly assume the bather is dead after hours of immobility, leading them to take matters into their own hands out of both curiosity and concern.

The performances in ‘Good Neighbors’ are truly captivating, with Anderson and Marlowe displaying excellent comedic timing and chemistry on screen. The film’s cinematography, expertly executed by Don Hamilton, adds to its professional standard and enhances the overall viewing experience. The sound and post-production work are also commendable, contributing to the seamless storytelling.

In just a short runtime, ‘Good Neighbors’ manages to deliver a nifty and entertaining comedy that is definitely worth watching. It combines clever writing, engaging performances, and technical finesse to create a memorable and enjoyable film that will leave you chuckling long after the credits roll.

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Good Neighbors

A witty and whimsical comedy that delves into the liberal like-mindedness between a mother and son.
5/5

Review

‘Good Neighbors’ is a delightful and whimsical comedy that explores the unique dynamics between a mother and her adult son. Directed by Juan A Mas, with a witty script by Molly Allen and Steve Wylie, the film showcases the talents of Danny Anderson and Deborah Marlowe in the lead roles, delivering performances that are both hilarious and endearing.

The story takes an unexpected turn when a topless neighbor, portrayed by Alexa Eddy, becomes the subject of their kitchen-window spectatorship one morning. What ensues is a series of awkward yet amusing encounters, as the mother and son navigate their liberal approach to the situation. The comedy reaches new heights when they mistakenly assume the bather is dead after hours of immobility, leading them to take matters into their own hands out of both curiosity and concern.

The performances in ‘Good Neighbors’ are truly captivating, with Anderson and Marlowe displaying excellent comedic timing and chemistry on screen. The film’s cinematography, expertly executed by Don Hamilton, adds to its professional standard and enhances the overall viewing experience. The sound and post-production work are also commendable, contributing to the seamless storytelling.

In just a short runtime, ‘Good Neighbors’ manages to deliver a nifty and entertaining comedy that is definitely worth watching. It combines clever writing, engaging performances, and technical finesse to create a memorable and enjoyable film that will leave you chuckling long after the credits roll.

Good Neighbor Short Film

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