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  • Summary: After selling their first feature film, a couple moves from New York to L.A. and are nervously preparing for their first dinner party. The film is entirely improvised, based on extensive character back stories.
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 4
  2. Negative: 2 out of 4
  1. 63
    The film's performances are uniformly strong and remarkably coherent, given the conditions under which they were delivered. The actors shot for eight hours straight in a fully lit and set-decorated house, each individually miked and followed by his or her own personal camera operator.
  2. 50
    The director, Queens-born Adam Watstein, who also edited and co-produced, deserves credit for making a film with modest resources.
  3. For all its experimental intentions, Loudmouth Soup feels familiar: a claustrophobic Hollywood satire that's short on kinesis and long on conversation.
  4. 20
    This micro-budget amateur-acting exercise plays like "The Anniversary Party" without the frisson of marquee performers behaving badly. We get F-listers playing at being marquee performers behaving badly.
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