“Giant Little Ones” or “Life is Fluid” my fucking review

Here is my review for “Giant Little Ones“.

Okay the film starts off with 2 best friends, Franky and Ballas. They have been friends since they were little and are very close. They both have girlfriends and are popular in High School. One night after a party and drinking Ballas gives Franky a Blow Jay and Ballas is weirded out. Franky tries to talk to him and but also tries to understand why he liked it. Eventually Ballas lets the school know, but says Franky gave him the Blow Jay. Now the school hates him and makes fun of him on the daily. Franky eventually starts hanging out with the school “Slut” and they become good friends and start dating, at the same time Franky is dealing with his dad being gay. In the end we learn to just be happy and go with what makes you smile in life.

This movie really is good! It’s emotionally and realistic and not what you think. The relationship between Franky and Ballas is sad, but what happens to them probably happens to some many people growing up. Best friends that love each other their whole lives then try something sexual together. People who love each other and are close end up getting closer. They are not in love but just love for each other. Josh Wiggins does a great job and his confusion and understanding for what is happening is realistic. Taylor Hickson has complex issues that she is dealing with but her understanding of the situation is authentic. You really like all the characters in this movie, and thy are relatable. If you want to see a sort of coming of age story about being honest with your emotions and trying to understand sexuality and how it’s not just black and white, but fluid and how that affects people’s lives then go see this movie. It was great movie with an interesting story. Go see it.

 

The Trailer:

The Facts:

A. Directed by Keith Behrman (The Stagers) and he did a great job with this film.

B. Josh Wiggins (Max) played Franky and he was real and believable. Also complex.

C. Taylor Hickson (Deadly Class, Deadpool) played Natasha. She was great and her character was honest and sad. She gave it to you.

D. Darren Mann (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) played Ballas and he was the saddest character in the movie and so many people in real life are probably living his character’s life.

E. The score was composed by Michael Brook (The Fosters, Good Trouble) and I liked it. Check it out.

F. Listen just love who you want to love and be with who you want to be with. Try and be happy in this world.

G. This says it all.

 

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