Nathan Moore

Wolf of Valentines Day

Why Watch? Swelling music, moony-eyed lovers kissing as waves crash and uncontrollable sobbing may not be your style on Valentine’s Day. In fact, it’s hard to see that style being truly popular anymore. We seem to like thing a little more ironic now, and Lana McKissack is happy to oblige with a giant set of teeth and an ugly wig. This parody from director Nathan Moore mashes up The Wolf of Wall Street with the cutthroat world of stale chocolates to deliver a send up of the holiday that rivals last year’s Zero Dark Thirty romantic interrogation. It’s fun, breezy and hits all the right marks. Plus, you can catch a glimpse of FSR’s Broken Projector co-host and Going The Distance screenwriter Geoff LaTulippe ineptly trying to sell people romance.


Why Watch? “Whatever you get me, I will love.” Buying a Valentine’s Day gift is tough. Trying to find out what your girlfriend really wants is torture. With a dozen quotable jokes, a solid spoof on Zero Dark Thirty and some painfully funny truths about relationships, this short from writer/director Nathan Moore and writer Lana McKissack is a comedy worthy of all the gift cards in the world What will it cost? Around 4 minutes. Skip Work. Watch More Short Films.    

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published: 01.26.2015
B-, C-
published: 01.26.2015
published: 01.26.2015

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