6 Month Rule
|Producer||Secret Identity Productions|
| Director||Blayne Weaver|
| Writer||Blayne Weaver|
| Release Date||01-Jun-2012|
| Cast||Blayne Weaver, Martin Starr, Natalie Morales, Patrick J. Adams, John Michael Higgins, Jaime Pressly|
About Movie:- 6 Month Rule is an upcoming Comedy Movie directed by Blayne Weaver. 6 Month Rule revolves around a bachelor who follows a set of rules in order to avoid emotional attachment, the most important being: there is no woman so perfect that you can't get over her in six months. Knowing that he will get over her allows him to dismiss relationships easily and without regret. Until he meets a girl who changes everything. 6 Month Rule is surprisingly formulaic for the first two acts, but then the final act surprisingly defies all conventional Hollywood rom-com/buddy movie tropes. In fact, if it was not for the final act — specifically the conclusion — 6 Month Rule would have never scored more than a four in my book. Sure the film has some interesting characters — notably Sophie — but it is really difficult not to be incredibly annoyed by Tyler. There is also a cartoonish “hipster singer-songwriter” character, Julian (Patrick J. Adams), who warrants nothing more than primal hatred and disgust. But then I eventually realized that all of the negative reactions I was having to the characters of Tyler and Julian were pre-planned by writer-director Blayne Weaver.
Movie Review:- The titular six month rule is one of many rules created and adhered to by Tyler (Blayne Weaver). It essentially states that after six months, anyone can recover from any relationship. Of course Tyler is a womanizing, commitment-phobic jerk who is unable (and unwilling) to maintain a relationship with any woman for more than six months.Knowing that he will get over her allows him to dismiss relationships easily and without regret. Until he meets a girl who changes everything.
Direction, Performance and Music:- The writer and director stars as Tyler, a photographer whose busy love life is conducted by a rigorous set of rules, including the one providing the film’s title specifying that there’s no woman that can’t be forgotten in six months. Blayne Weaver did an outstanding job, from beginning to end.