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Nipples & Palm Trees Reviews

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January 23, 2019
The newest entry in From The Depths, Nipples & Palm Trees is an indie sex dramedy about a sleazy guy who can't get over his on again off again Ex, so he wanders around town having a lot of undeserved sex. Its part of the month of love as I watch four mostly unknown films about love for the From The Depths reviews.

The main Issue have with this, is that it feels unrealistic. Like this is what the writer wishes would happen when you get obsessed with a woman, and try to get over her by wandering around having sex. Jackson, the lead is also very unlikable and somehow convinces women to do what he wants with lines like "You've got really nice tits." Works every time I guess. The movie plays out like a new age Gillette commercial, and never really goes anywhere at all. Like a slice of life style movie without the human interest part to it. In fairness, his ex is not a good person as she drags Jackson along in her dumb game. In fact, I wanted them to get together at the end to take them out of the dating pool for other people. Also, as a side note, the weird and bizarre sex, the synopsis talks about is group sex, a threesome, and rough sex...Those don't seem that weird.

Anyways, if you want to read my full review of this, head to my website. If not, I still think you're awesome.
May 14, 2015
One of the funniest independent films. This guy loves his girlfriend...thinks he wants something else. He just wants love. Check it out.
February 25, 2015
I laughed out loud at the ridiculous situations this guy gets himself into. Super funny entertainment. Great acting and comedy.
½ April 11, 2013
good melancholy film.
Nice camera work, acting good, nice story that doesn't really go anywhere, in a good way
½ February 21, 2013
Nothings really in it to keep you watching let alone get you hooked..
December 16, 2012
It didn't blow me away, but at all times I was moderately interested and curious what would happen next.

It's indie, very different type of story, and a bit depressing. But let's be real, it's not a masterful film or a ground breaking work... more of a novelty.

Ultimately, it felt like a documentary of a less funny, less fun, less witty, less eventful, more depressing, poor version of californification. However, I'm glad I watched it. But, I won't watch it again.
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