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Watching Movies - Volition

Posted in Watching Movies by HeadlessCritic at 05:22, Sep 10 2019

Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival

Review of "Volition" by The Headless Critic

Volition – 2019

Production by: Smith Brothers Film Company, Paly Productions

His mother died when he was seven years old, he saw it two months before it happened. Clairvoyant James (Adrian Glynn McMorran) is now an adult who’s just foreseen the woman Angela (Magda Apanowicz) he’ll fall in love with. Everyone dreams of falling in love, for James it happens just before he sees himself dying. The smallest change in your daily routine can change the future. No matter what James changes he always sees himself die. What do you do when you foresee your own murder? James he plans to defy his destiny.

A never-ending journey of trial and error and more error has actor Adrian Glynn McMorran dying over and over in Tony Dean Smith’s latest feature Volition. It’s a journey into near madness trying to avoid your own death and the death of a loved one. McMorran’s scruffy performance as a precognitive, two-bit con surprisingly works well as a leading man. A nice supporting cast that includes John and Frank Cassini and muscle Aleks Paunovic is perhaps led best by veteran actor Bill Marchant who channels Nick Offerman in the role. This no effects, sci-fi feature is built on its performances with a cast that comes through.

Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival

3 out of 5 Headless Critics

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