“How do you talk to women?” I would ask my friend. “With words,” he’d reply. I thought he was being an ass, but as it turns out, he was right. And that’s the funny thing about interpersonal relationships with the opposite sex. It’s the way we use words that may spell disaster for a relationship. In Knuckle Draggers, the dramedy from Alex Ranarivelo, we learn that ye olde story of love, life, sex and… READ MORE on… Reel Loop and Examiner
Archive for August, 2009
Finally, an adult romantic comedy which examines the state of modern male/female relationships, through the male perspective. In Alex Ranarivelo’s film, Knuckle Draggers starring Ross McCall, Paul J. Alessi, Cuba Gooding Jr., Danielle Nicolet, Jennifer Alden and Amie Barksy, we see what couples actually want versus what they need, and how their needs may not have evolved much from those of our caveman ancestors.
This indie film was a breath of fresh air, especially watching each characters “evolve” throughout the movie. It works outside of mainstream but still has the… READ MORE
Jude and Robyn tube it down to Sassafraz to hang out with actor / producer Paul J Alessi (Flashpoint), actor Serah D’Laine (Cold Case) and Serah’s dad, David to chat about the indie film Knuckle Draggers, Botox, the casting couch, and blatant self promotion… LISTEN TO INTERVIEW