Synopsis:Paranoia forces small-time scam artist Marty to flee his hometown and hide out in a dangerous Detroit. With nothing but a pocket full of bogus checks, his Power Glove, and a bad temper, the horror metal slacker lashes out.
Buzzard (2014) is an American comedy-drama movie that is 97 minutes long. Director, executive producer, editor and writer Joel Potrykus (Ape (2012), Coyote (2010), Gordon (2007)) did a horrible job executing this movie. The movie was so daunting and prolonged which it made the movie even more boring. I totally dislike this movie and do not have much to say about it except stay away and watch a rerun of your favorite show instead.
Marty Jackitansky (Joshua Burge - Ape (2012), Coyote (2010), Remotion: Prologue (2013)) is a lonely, lazy, selfish small time con artist who has a lot of anger. Marty works for a bank and decides to scam fifty dollars from the bank by closing his bank account and opening a new account to get the $50 signing up incentive. Marty also steals office supplies that he can return to the store and deposit checks that are unclaimed into his bank account. He is so lonely that he lies to his mother about how many friends he has and tries to avoid the consequences of his bad actions. Marty once stayed in his co-worker, Derek’s (Joel Potrykus - he is the director of this movie) basement for a short time. The movie basically is about how Marty feels about the world, and that living in the world is pointless because it is a horrible place to live in. He thinks there is no need for responsibilities and being friendly/nice to anyone is needless. He does not care about anyone and see’s no need to have a friend or companion.
I understand what the movie is about, but it was executed badly and was not an enjoyable watch. I think there should have been some comedy and serious moments in this movie to make it a little interesting. The movie failed in every way. I gave the movie a two because I felt like being nice.
About Buzzard 2014
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Writers: Joel Potrykus
Director: Joel Potrykus