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  1. Kentucker Audley's Open Five feels less like a well-developed, well-structured film and more like somebody directed a rough, vague outline of Audley's notes on the film rather than somebody directed the script that was written for Open Five.

  2. There's a larger issue nagging many of these no-budget films about struggling young adults: They assume that all aspiring, rootless artistes are incapable of even rudimentary thought when the...

  3. A blend of reality and fiction, "Open Five" follows the story of Jake, a struggling musician and his sidekick, Kentucker, a maker of "poor" films and what happens when two girls (Lucy and Rose) venture down to Memphis for a long weekend. Director Kentucker Audley Writers Genevieve Angelson (additional writing) Kentucker Audley

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    • Comedy, Romance
  4. www.newyorker.com › culture › richard-brodyOpen Five | The New Yorker

    Open Five” is a loamy, bittersweet ramble through the emotional and practical tangles of its young artists’ lives, as well as through the inner and outer life of Memphis itself, with its...

  5. Critic Reviews for Open Five All Critics (3) | Top Critics (2) | Fresh (2) | Rotten (1) There's a larger issue nagging many of these no-budget films about struggling young adults: They assume...

    • Romance, Comedy
  6. Nov 26, 2010 · Summary: A struggling musician and his filmmaker friend entertain two girls during a long weekend. Director: Kentucker Audley Genre (s): Comedy, Romance Runtime: 72 min See All Details and Credits Watch Now Stream On Buy on Metascore tbd Positive: 0 Mixed: 0 Negative: 0 Critic reviews are not available for this movie yet. User Score Write a Review

  7. Dec 12, 2014 · Top Five. Ragged around the edges and haphazardly hilarious though it may be, “ Top Five” ultimately satisfies as an often raunchy ramble about celebrity, sobriety, selling out and sex, courtesy of the immensely talented but too-often subpar movie star Chris Rock. As befits this comedian who rarely feels the need to censor himself while ...

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