100 Words on Colassal

Anne Hathaway and Jason Sedekeis take on an interesting mash-up of film styles with “Colassal” — an apt title in many ways. What starts off as the break-up section of a rom-com quickly morphs through a “can’t go home again” stage to an “Iron Giant” light comedy before doing a simultaneous plunge into dark comedy and darker drama concerned with mass destruction, relationship abuse, and a hero’s rise, all with an indie feel.

Pretty impressive.

And like some indies, a moment or two are a slightly off, but overall, this outrageously far fetched premise works better than you might expect. 

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I do my best to tell fast-paced stories with humor and heart. My fiction work is available on amazon.com. Here, I’ll write about the sources for those stories from what I read, watch, listen to, and observe to my experiences as a former award-winning journalist, high school teacher, actor, and producer.
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