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Goats: Directed by Christopher Neil. With David Duchovny, Vera Farmiga, Graham Phillips, Justin Kirk. As Ellis prepares to leave Tucson for his freshman year at an East Coast prep school, he also faces separating from his flaky, new age mother and the only real father he has ever known: Goat Man.

“This film has it all. It is hilariously funny. I hadnu0026#39;t laugh this much all summer long and this film really help my brain release the endorphins. My ribs hurt from laughing. The film has a tremendous amount of heart. This was a tear jerker by the end. All of the characters are so lovable and reliable. Watching Frank Rossi describe how to put a condom on in sign language to Miles was just …agghhh amazing.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eDirector Sian Heder knocked it out of the park with extremely laser precision on-point direction. Specially how he had the actors who played Rubyu0026#39;s parents react to the singing at the high school. Everything was so on point and believable. Emilia Jones was outstanding. Such a beautiful and talented redhead. Can you imagine how hard is to find an excellent actress that is also an amazing singer? Seriously, I am super impressed with the whole cast. If this is television, then Heder raised the bar very high. Not only was the direction fantastic, but so was the screenplay. It was witty, funny and intelligent. This should have been a theatrical film. Honestly, Iu0026#39;ll keep it short because if I could, I could name about a dozen scenes in this film that I loved. It was one after another, freaking fantastic scenes.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe only con I can think of was the title. Why an acronym for such a beautiful film?u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eSOLID 10/10 and screw the haters. This film really deserved the 10.”


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