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RollinSD Synopsis/Q&A On Come Together

RollinSD, a cool new San Diego based Website, features our sexy comedy, Come Together with a synopsis and Q&A with the film’s Writer/Director, Charles Unger. The Come Together director discusses the movie’s influences, editing and directing the film, the casting of “Angelina” and “Susan” and finally, the filmmakers that inspired Charles Unger to make films. Read the article HERE. Thanks guys for mentioning our bid for Netflix. Check out their website, they cover all things that interest guys (and gals) and be sure to read the next review from “Xtra Butter.”

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Knockers Reviews Come Together

Go ahead and laugh, you think you already know what the website Knockers is going to say about Come Together, don’t you? Well, they do mention the obvious things but they also point out how we made what little we had, stretch to it’s full potential. Here’s a quote; “For what seems to be a low budget film, they sure know how to make up for it with crafty shots, witty dialogue and a good story.” In addition, Knockers compares us to American Pie as well as films with the 80′s brat pack. To read the entire review click HERE

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Bloodsprayer Reviews Come Together

Not only did we get a fantastic review from Bloodsprayer.com, but we got it from a website that usually only reviews horror films! There are many great quotes; “Director Charles Unger could’ve went the easy way out and made an American Pie clone. But there is more than meets the eye with Come Together.” Bloodsprayer watched our film a second time to really understand that it is much more than just a sexy comedy. “If you’re looking for an interesting character piece more in the vein of a John Hughes movie, then definitely give Come Together a chance.” Check it out HERE.

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Mr. Skin Reviews Come Together

“Seven college friends Come Together for a night of sex, drugs, and dogs in funny costumes in this 2008 dramedy.” WIth an opening line like that, you know this review will be fun and sexy! Mr. Skin really got our outrageous scenes, crazy costumes and of course, the over-the-top, sexy humor. It’s easy to see why they are such huge fans of our hot, female characters! Thank you Mr. Skin for promoting our independent film! Check out their full review HERE.

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Rogue Cinema Reviews Come Together

The most recent review of our sexy comedy comes from Rogue Cinema. It’s the most in depth one we’ve received yet. However, it’s not all roses, which is fine, I appreciate their honesty. Seriously, if it was only compliments, I’d start to worry, ha! Plus, I wouldn’t learn much from a review that was afraid to be fair. As a writer/director, I’m always open to constructive feedback and this review showed a wide range of likes and dislikes. It’s refreshing to hear a reviewer go into detail about the characters and their relationships with each other. In addition, the review breaks down all aspects of the film, from costumes, set design, cinematography, acting and directing. Here’s a quote; “The film itself is technically proficient and shows that as a director, Charles Unger is definitely headed in the right direction.” To read the entire review click HERE.

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Cinema Obsessed Reviews Come Together

Come Together thanks Cinema Obsessed for their recent, outstanding review of our sexy comedy. They cover everything here; the unique characters, the ’90′s retro thing, the LA Riots, and the dog (little munchkin). They really understood our unique combination of humor and social issues. Check out their quote: “the political commentary, although subtle and mixed with boobies, was interesting.” I’m also honored that they compared our film to “The Breakfast Club.” They also have great photos and links to our trailer and our distributor’s website. For the full review click here"The Come Together Dog".

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DJMICK Movies Reviews Come Together

Check out the nice review of Come Together we got from DJMICK Movies. It features our “All Puns Add”, a great shot of “Susan”, the trailer and a short description. Here’s a quote: “The day starts with booze and bikinis, but the real fun begins at night.” To read more, click here!

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Come Together Website Music Section

We just finished a brand new addition to our official website for Come Together. You can listen to many of the great tunes from our feature film and look at a slide show of where those songs went in the movie. Check it out here and tell us what you think. Thanks again to all the great musicians that contributed their songs to our sexy, indie, comedy.
Come Together Songs Explained

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Come Together gets a Sexy review by VideoViews!

Hello Come Together fans just got a great review of our sexy comedy, independent film, Come Together. They really liked our Indie film.

Here is one of several great quotes that the website VideoViews gave us: “The film is set during the 1992 Los Angeles riots but Director, Charles B. Unger does a great job not letting the film become a complete downer. He deals with the issues at hand while keeping a great balance with the romance and comedy.” Thank you VideoViews for getting our film, we hope you will get the chance to see it. Add us to you Queue List on Netflix. This will really help our distribution!

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Marisa and Vanessa from Come Together

Marisa and Vanessa from Come Together

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Come Together DVD Now Available On Amazon.com

Our DVD is now available for purchase on Amazon.com.  Use the link HERE to order your copy today! Support Independent Film and help us to make our money back so that we can make another feature. Stay tuned for more Come Together DVD release news!
thanks again, Come Together Producers

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