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Party Time

A comical tale that delves into the absurdity of time travel.
3/5

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Rus Wooton’s short comedy film is a playful and imaginative outing that centers around an eccentric quantum physicist, Professor LaCroix, played with charisma by Stephen Saux. The film’s premise follows LaCroix’s quest for a meaningful legacy and his decision to invite time-travelers from future centuries to a party, set in 2019.

The film is a lighthearted and humorous nod to sci-fi lovers, with amusing dialogue and quirky characters, each with a distinct and outlandish point of view. The conversations among the party guests are fascinating, touching on philosophical concepts and debates that are sure to pique the interest of geek enthusiasts.

While the film doesn’t have the highest production value, the imaginative story and witty dialogue compensate for this aspect. Overall, the film exceeds as a fun watch that is best enjoyed without taking itself too seriously. It’s a silly and playful take of the sci-fi genre, and a fun break from bigger-budget films. For those looking for a quick and lighthearted escape from the daily grind, Professor LaCroix’s Time-traveling party might just be the fix needed to tickle the funny bone, while also sparking the imagination.

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Party Time

A comical tale that delves into the absurdity of time travel.
3/5

Review

Rus Wooton’s short comedy film is a playful and imaginative outing that centers around an eccentric quantum physicist, Professor LaCroix, played with charisma by Stephen Saux. The film’s premise follows LaCroix’s quest for a meaningful legacy and his decision to invite time-travelers from future centuries to a party, set in 2019.

The film is a lighthearted and humorous nod to sci-fi lovers, with amusing dialogue and quirky characters, each with a distinct and outlandish point of view. The conversations among the party guests are fascinating, touching on philosophical concepts and debates that are sure to pique the interest of geek enthusiasts.

While the film doesn’t have the highest production value, the imaginative story and witty dialogue compensate for this aspect. Overall, the film exceeds as a fun watch that is best enjoyed without taking itself too seriously. It’s a silly and playful take of the sci-fi genre, and a fun break from bigger-budget films. For those looking for a quick and lighthearted escape from the daily grind, Professor LaCroix’s Time-traveling party might just be the fix needed to tickle the funny bone, while also sparking the imagination.

Party Time Short Film

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