Dry Spell (2013)

logoDirector: Travis Legge

Writer: Kyle Hoskins, Travis Legge (Screenplay)

Starring: Suzi Lorraine, Kyle Hoskins, Amanda-Elizabeth Sawyer, Travis Legge, Deann Baker


Plot: When soon to be divorced Sasha (Lorraine) struggles to move on with her sex life guilt free she decides she needs to help her soon to be ex-husband Kyle (Hoskins) find someone new. What follows is a series of crazy online dates that Kyle goes through to try and make his ex-wife happy, while both still try to stay friends.


Verdict: A very good indie romantic comedy

Story: When it comes to love stories we usually get the plan old boy meets girl, falls in love deals with something and live happily ever after. More recently we are getting more and more stories that deal with love and moving on. I liked the story as we have all been there where we question whether it is right or wrong to move on. We have the support friends that give advice that we can be too stubborn to listen to while it turns out to be right. (9/10)


Actor Review: Suzi Lorraine – Sasha the ex-wife trying to move on with her life by helping her ex-husband move on with his all while coping with the denial of the feelings for him still. Good lead performance that plays out as an anti-romantic role. (8/10)


Actor Review: Kyle Hoskins – Kyle the ex-husband who has to go on some of the most awkward dates possible to try and move on to help his ex-wife move on. Kyle does a great job showing how people will really react in the situations on the dates. Funniest Character Award (9/10)


Actor Review: Amanda-Elizabeth SawyerLacey Sasha’s best friend and Kyle’s sister, tires to help both out and is usually the scene stealer throughout. Good supporting role that is important to the story. Scene Stealer Award (8/10)


Director Review: Travis LeggeWriter, Actor and Director creates a great story, directs the film very well and provides a great supporting character. (9/10)


Comedy: Some very funny moments but doesn’t go for over the top laughs more natural experiences laughs. (9/10)

Romance: Good romantic story told of love nearer its end. (9/10)

Music: I loved the songs used in the montages. (9/10)

Believability: This is very believable as we all have been on awkward dates, been wingman or wing lady for a friend and fallen in love and out of love with someone. (8/10)

Chances of Tears: No (0/10)

Settings: Good settings used to create real world scenarios. (9/10)


Suggestion: I would suggest watching this as I like watching this type on romantic comedy and I like to see that you don’t need stupidly high budgets to make a good story. (Watch)


Best Part: The date montage

Funniest Scene: The Dates

Favourite Quote: Sasha ‘….made like a Mario brother and lays some pipe’

Oscar Chances: No, but could win some indie awards

Chances of Sequel: No

Similar Too: Uncertainty


Overall: Very Funny Real and Enjoyable Romantic Comedy

Rating 85

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