Syrup
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Based on the best-selling book, SYRUP is an edgy comedy that exposes the cut-throat world of advertising through the eyes of a young prodigy chasing fame, fortune, and the woman of his dreams. Fresh out of school with a degree in marketing, Scat will do anything to prove that he has what it takes to swim with the rich and wildly successful. Scat comes up with a brilliant new product that gives new meaning to the old saying "sex sells." He is sure it will send him right to the top...if only he can convince his boss, the beautiful and mysterious "6," that it's an idea… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 14%

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"It's tempting to say that Aram Rappaport's Syrup sticks, but it's also true."
‑ Geoff Pevere, Globe and Mail
"The story works hard for winking relevance. But this dark lark is like walking around Times Square looking at the flashy logos and lights and thinking you see the message behind the medium."
‑ Joe Neumaier, New York Daily News
"Syrup imagines itself to be bolder and funnier than it actually is."
‑ Ethan Alter, Television Without Pity
"Syrup is an unsatisfying blend of romantic comedy and scathing social satire, slamming the high-stakes games of product marketing and sales."
‑ Bruce Demara, Toronto Star
"A great performance from Amber Heard can't save Syrup from its half-baked, sluggish script and obnoxious complacency."
‑ Isaac Feldberg, We Got This Covered
"The actors are young and beautiful, the soundtrack kicks and the camera zips around with precision. But the script never seems to match the carefully orchestrated mood."
‑ Stephanie Merry, Washington Post
"It's a spunky film, but only in frustrating fits, with the majority of the feature overly concerned with its appearance, generating a sliver of irony to go with all the mediocrity."
‑ Brian Orndorf, Blu-ray.com
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