Mountain Men is a comedy/drama that follows two estranged brothers, Toph and Cooper, as they journey to a remote family cabin in the mountains to evict a squatter. Buried resentment and ... See full summary »
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Brandon T. Jackson
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Todd (Labine) wants everything to be just perfect at the family cottage where he plans to propose to Cammie (Akerman). But things go awry with the arrival of Todd's slacker brother Salinger (Petronijevic) and his free-spirited girlfriend Masha (Punch). When Todd accidentally dispatches his irksome sibling with an axe, Cammie is determined not to let murder stand in the way of their happiness.Written by
As always you can plan as much as you want to (be it the romantic kind or the other kind), there is a big possibility things won't play as thought they did. This is true to every character in this story. Even if you know what the inciting incident is, it might still surprise you, because of the impact it has and the power it has on screen.
Malin Ackerman has a lot of fun playing the lead female role, though her character is a bit of plain overall. But the humor is as dark as it gets and there is a lot of coincidences to swallow too. If you can live with all those things, you will have a comedy that does not take any prisoners and is decent enough to entertain
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