Puddysticks: Review

Puddysticks: Review

Puddysticks: Review. By Richard Schertzer.

Having secrets is perfectly natural. Everyone has them and it’s one of the ways that makes us all human. Many people will have a serious problem verbalizing their secrets out loud to others for fear of being judged and shamed. 

The story revolves around a video game designer named Liz who is burned out by her overwhelming job and stresses of life. After going to the doctor and taking time off from work, she goes to this cult-like therapy group where adults behave like children 



Throughout the story, the group plans to share their own secret trauma which usually involves going into a room and dancing to some club music in a bizarre fashion. 

The film is very strange to say the least. It doesn’t seem to say much unless you are trying to say that more people need to express themselves. It might have a decent message but it gets lost in a terrible and weak narrative that doesn’t even know where it’s going. 

The actors certainly do their best with the material given, but it’s hard to act for a script that actually seems like it was written by children. 

All in all, this film could have been a lot with its potential message and better than what it originally was, but it didn’t have enough heart or muster to escape its dull execution. 

PUDDYSTICKS IS A DARK COMEDY ABOUT LIZ, A WORKAHOLIC AT A BRUTAL, ELITE GAMING COMPANY WITH THE CHANCE TO BE RECRUITED BY HER GAMING HERO, ONLY IF SHE’S THE BEST AT HER JOB.


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