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. Dan Harnden's screenplay keeps things relatively interesting, despite the very thin plot.
  3. 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.
  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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