Eternity The Movie
Eternity The Movie
Todd Lucas is a naive songwriter from the Midwest. BJ Fairchild is a brash saxophonist from The Valley.
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Todd Lucas is a naive songwriter from the Midwest. BJ Fairchild is a brash saxophonist from The Valley. Alone, they are pathetic losers. But when they see their inspiration, Hall & Oates perform; they realize that together, they can be the second best R&B duo ever – Eternity. Okay, maybe not even second, but it’s something right?
Runtime: 88 minutes
Format: 1:85 Flat
Sound: Dolby Sr.
CAST & CREW
Directed by: Ian Thorpe
Starring: Barrett Crake, Myko Olivier, Eric Roberts, Martin Kove, Jon Gries, Nikki Leonti, Tamzin Brown and Donna Ruko
AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY
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“…80’s era pop…” – Yes Weekly
“Stardom? They Could Go for That” – The New York Times
“..strikes just the right chord, reveling in its cheesiness yet getting it right…” – Fanboy Planet
“…laugh out loud funny.” – Twitch Film
“…a very good time awaits.” – Trust Movies
“It finds the right blend of silly, sexy, and campy…” – Chicago Stage Standard
“…a fun cinema experience for a Saturday night.” – Sub Cult
“…highly entertaining musical-comedy…” – Unreal TV
“It’s really cheesy but it’s supposed to be.” – I Want My Two Dollars!
“The gayest straight movie ever made” – Progressive Pulse
“…completely ridiculous but fun.” – The M Report
“…two totally straight dudes who engage in half-naked jam sessions… a hit at Outfest…” – Out.com
“…laugh out loud…” – Life In LA
“…very much in the same ballpark as Napoleon Dynamite.” – Wylie Writes
“…Olivier belongs to the same kind of comedic school that Chris Pratt and Paul Rudd come from…” – Dork Shelf
“A loving recreation of all that was awesome and heinous about the 1980s…” The Toronto Star
“…an endless series of puns and double entendres…” – Pop Culture Beast
“It’s 1985 all over again…” – AMFM Magazine
“…big laughs…” – Frontiers Media
“Funny to the max!” – Jason Watches Movies
“Holy crap this movie was so much fun to watch!!” – Phil’s Films Adventures
“Oh this film is so silly.” – Arts A Lot