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  1. Thomas's rating of the film Humpday

    Decent enough premise which, thanks to solid performances from the ensemble cast, maintains anticipation throughout. Could have been much worse in less capable hands, as are so many similar 'bromance' movies of this kind.

  2. Dan's rating of the film Humpday

    Love the realist style and content. The tension is brilliant and the actors immense, no anti-climax here!

  3. Kevin Matthews's rating of the film Humpday

    A funny and sweet look at some people who aren't really sure of what to do about a nagging sensation at the back of their minds making them think that they need to do something pretty crazy to somehow make up for the potential missed opportunities and compromises that have led them to their current circumstances.

  4. Babak Jani's rating of the film Humpday

    I Liked it!!! But I guess it's made by the wrong person. At least what I feel about it.

  5. Millie's rating of the film Humpday

    Really interesting idea. Felt raw, real and relatable.

  6. Superfrog's rating of the film Humpday

    Sadly embarrassing, is it a comedy or a catalogue of things not to do in sexual relationships. I would find it funny if it was not so representative of the reality of the experimentally non monogamous who come and trash it for the considerate ethically non monogamous. The little meta bit at the end somewhat saves the thing.

  7. Penelope q's rating of the film Humpday

    Love the whole scene in the hotel

  8. Tja's rating of the film Humpday

    This is a snooze-fest around the too-familiar indy theme of an unconventional bearded brother turning up unannounced to stay with clean-shaven conventional married sibling and causing furrowed brows all round. The duet conversations are simply interminable. Longing to hear someone shout "Grow up!" A filmic concept as subtle as the title.

  9. Anton Panettiere's rating of the film Humpday

    This film is a talkie. But every single minute had me riveted. And the dialogue was so perfect it felt like a documentary, not a feature film.

  10. James Mackin's rating of the film Humpday

    Good dialogue, as mumblecore often has, and was interesting to see Josh Leonard do something else.

  11. Paul and Wade's rating of the film Humpday

    Two guys have some questions about their own sexuality, and when towards the end they finally get down to it, they learn something about themselves that most gay men knew from the first ten minutes of the film. Humph!day.

  12. Caillouquiroule's rating of the film Humpday

    Un film qui ne fait pas grand chose de son sujet, qui n'ose rien. C'est pas détestable, juste inintéressant.

  13. Eyelyyy Mufasa's rating of the film Humpday

  14. Leo's rating of the film Humpday

    The first 2/3 is good, the last third at the hotel that is supposed to be a climax is very boring and slow. Unfortunately they lost it by the end...

  15. Kwoh Tidian's rating of the film Humpday

    More complex than it initially appears.

  16. jamesey's rating of the film Humpday

    Didn't finish it. Couldn't stand the dialog and acting. I don't know if they humped, and probably never will.

  17. TimoNanda's rating of the film Humpday

    the acting and cinematography in this film were firmly indie. the two protagonist were equally charming and sexy, and the wife was well cast too. i would have liked there to be some kind of reveal at the end that who have told exposed a greater truth of one of the characters.

  18. Lady MB's rating of the film Humpday

    Cool concept. I love this film's ability to see grey areas and portray friendship. The husband/wife relationship, however, lacked some chemistry for me. The very opening scene between the husband and wife was so intimate and so real but that energy between them wasn't achieved over the course of the film. At times when stakes were high, the lead actor seemed irreverent and distant. It was OK!

  19. Timbo of Boston's rating of the film Humpday

    I saw this at Sundance with a first audience. The straight men were squirming. The gays were thinking "what's the problem exactly?" The women were saying, "you guys are so f**ked up." As a satire of middle class men, marriage, liberal ideals, and even artistic pretense, it is perversely inspired but sweet. Duplass and Leonard are great for this improv acting style. (Shelton's Your Sister's Sister is also very good)

  20. roserine kenlew's rating of the film Humpday

    More than anything, I think Humpday is a truly contemporary coming-of-age film. One friend contemplates the shallowness of his artist-traveler-sexual adventurer-existence; the other wants to experience something outside of his 'normal' adult life. The voyeuristic, sexual foil to these contemplations of self is an amateur porn/art--conflagrating self, sex, art, and the masses.

  21. skidoc03's rating of the film Humpday

    Two heterosexual friends decide to take bromance to new levels…all in the name of art porno. Besides the fact they both seem to be fans of the ladies, there is another of them is married (D’oh). Awkwardness ensues, but an interesting take on sexual identities and hidden feelings.

  22. Max Seqgar's rating of the film Humpday

    It's kind of ok, but a bit of a naive take on what goes on on men's minds on this type of situation. Maybe coming from a female director explains it all.

  23. Kate Tallent's rating of the film Humpday

    Review to come later. I liked it and need to ruminate a bit on it.

  24. noahboahk's rating of the film Humpday

    A premise which has been on the tip of everyone's tongue for decades.

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