Now & Later is an independent film written and directed by nobody I'm familiar with and stars two complete unknowns.
Shari Solanis as Angela, an illegal immigrant. All I really have to say is that this actress is absolutely gorgeous, both inside and out. It is quite unbelievable how charismatic she was in this. And not only that, she has one of the most breathtaking figures that I've ever seen from an actress on screen.
Keller Wortham (credited as James Wortham) as Bill, a banker who is apparently on the run from the police. I will say that this guy could have been (more) interesting, if the actor playing him wasn't so deadpan. While watching this, I was fully convinced that this dude took acting lessons from Arnold Schwarzenegger as T-800; hell, even he showed more emotions in those films. As the film went on, I kept waiting for the cops to finally walk up to and arrested; that would've been hilarious. Sadly though, that never did happen; or maybe that's what the viewer is lead to believe.
While not a good flick, I would really call this a bad one either. The true saving grace is the lead actress, as mentioned earlier. Lastly, there are few/many explicit sex scenes (between the two leads) which is enough for me to recommend.
Now & Later
Now & Later
Bill was a golden boy of the banking industry. Living the good life in Los Angeles, he had a nice house, a good job, and a loving wife. And then he got greedy, lost everything, and was sentenced to an eight-year prison term. Instead of giving up his freedom, he jumps bail. While in hiding, his former driver Luis finds him and offers to get him out of the country. But Bill must hole up for a few days more before the truck will leave. Luis brings Bill to Eddie's, a cheap Central American dive in downtown LA. There, Bill meets Angela, a free spirited Latina. Bill has been on the run for weeks; he's depressed and suicidal. Angela offers to take him in when she discovers he has nowhere to go. Bill had always succeeded when he focused on the future, but finds himself at loose ends with the present. He was always concerned with the next big sale, buying a bigger house, a bigger car. He never learned to stop and enjoy the moment. His ambition and his desire for more power and money is what ...
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April 03, 2021 at 07:56 PM