Review: INDIE GUYS (2016) Delivers The Cinematic Love/Hate Relationship You Crave

Not a lot of filmmakers can follow the mumblecore formula and still weave together a cohesive, watchable movie. Crooks and Kuper did, as much as it delighted me for my own introduction to their resumé in film, and particularly with respect to the action genre – even moreso for a film that’s not even an action movie to begin with. The film is well acted, the story is tight as are some of the film’s slightly more forthright and dramatic scenes, and the characters are fun to observe in all their respective faults and imperfections.