Winning Girls Through Psychic Mind Control Image
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  • Summary: A stylish, laugh-filled drama about two road-weary lounge musicians who get an opportunity to revive their careers when one of them begins to display psychic abilities. (Cannery Filmworks)
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 4
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  1. Reviewed by: Ken Eisner
    70
    Track record of helmer Barry Alexander Brown, and scads of clever writing from scripting producer Dan Harnden, should help this little gem find a home, although it is probably too intimate and original to win more than a cult following.
  2. 60
    Clever though the premise is, the film's real strength is the smooth banter between Sam and Devon; it's never less than smart, often startlingly perceptive and always thoroughly convincing.
  3. Dan Harnden's screenplay keeps things relatively interesting, despite the very thin plot.
  4. Reviewed by: Matt Singer
    50
    Best appreciated for Ruben Santiago-Hudson's convincing performance as a man possessed by a quartet of supernatural beings.
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