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When a failed writer discovers his previously untapped talent for larceny, his own life and the lives of his two best friends are turned upside down in a felonious comedy from director Monty Miranda.
Though Skills Like This has little to distinguish, director Monty Miranda shows flashes of wit and talent.
It'll be intriguing to see where Miranda goes from here.
Energetic if incoherent.
Begins with an outrageous concept and takes it to the -- pun definitely intended -- max.
Director Miranda shows real skill here.
Miranda, a busy and successful director of commercials, shoots it all with slick economy and efficiency.
A Scrappy Little Indie Odyssey
Overall, it's less clever than [director] Miranda seems to think.
Berger appears to be a potential breakout talent, turning a character who could be endlessly irritating into an oddly charming, self-effacing rogue.
It almost works, too, though ultimately this visually splendid but sluggish story of a twentysomething would-be writer and his impulsive, overnight career as a bank and convenience-store robber takes the money and runs nowhere.
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