Every Thursday Apple chooses a Movie of the week at the iTunes Store, whose purchase (even in 4K / HDR, depending on production) R $ 9.90. The title selected this time was ?Middle age crisis?, with Johnny Simmons.
Check out his trailer:
Here?s what Apple says about the movie:
After arousing the interest of several directors, the adaptation of the autobiography of journalist Ken Baker ended up in the hands of Kevin Pollak, a well-known television series actor, but a newcomer in the direction of a fictional feature. The plot tells the story of Peter (Johnny Simmons), a sex therapist affected by the discovery of a brain tumor that did not reach puberty. After surgery, he has to deal with the rising hormones after years of inactivity. The comedy follows the line of the works of Judd Apatow (?The 40 Year Old Virgin?) by betting on the embarrassing situations experienced by the character, but maintaining a romantic side.
As usual, our reader Renato Alan Promenzio [@tripalavra], who is a movie buff, also sent us a personalized comment about the film:
Not always, when an actor ventures as a director, things work out. Quite the opposite; most of the time, the results are regular and go unnoticed. Okay, you can remember some who were successful in both positions ? like Clint Eastwood, but it would be heresy to compare them. THE Movie of the week has an interesting cast, but a weak script that sought to make a theme à la ?American Pie? ? something for middle age, with similar doses of humor. The result is translated into a weak film, which will bring few laughs and many memories of other productions of the genre.
Middle age crisis
in Eclectic Pictures
Classification: 16 yearsGenre: comedyLaunch: 2018Director: Kevin Pollak
Note on the iTunes Store
For those interested, enjoy! ?