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Momster (Short) – Summary, Review (with Spoilers)

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Featuring Trinkets star Brianna Hildebrand, Momster seems less like a short and more like an extended clip from a finished movie – in a good way.


Director(s)Drew Denny
Screenplay ByDrew Denny
Date Released4/26/2019
Genre(s)Action, Comedy
Noted Cast
AngelBrianna Hildebrand
MomsterAmanda Plummer

Momster Plot Summary

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It’s Angel’s birthday, and all she really wants to do is get the hell away from this man who not only underpays her but might be coercing her to have sex so she won’t end up homeless. Yet, there is hope! Hope that one day her “Momster” will remember her and save her. That is, if she stops long enough from robbing banks to do so.

Overall: Positive (Worth Seeing) – Recommended

Momster feels like an extended clip from an indie comedy. One with this girl, Angel trying to help her possible early onset Alzheimer’s mother remember her. Leading to a nice mix of comedy out of Angel, drama from struggling with a mom who can’t hold onto her memories of her child, and action since they seemingly rob banks to get by.

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Amari Allahhttps://wherever-i-look.com
I started Wherever I Look back in 2011 and from movies, TV, the occasional book, play, and Broadway show, have been trying to bridge the gap between a critic and an avid lover of various forms of media.

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