Directed by Richard Bates Jr.
Starring Amanda Crew, Robert Patrick, Hayley Marie Norman, Johnny Pemberton, Kim Delaney, AnnaLynne McCord, Nancy Linehan Charles, and Ray Wise.
A woman goes to the countryside to spend a quiet weekend after losing her job and having her last complicated relationship implode. She rents a country house to an old-fashioned widower, who struggles to hide his pyschopatic tendencies.
Tone-Deaf, while not necessarily a good movie, is nonetheless self-aware. Robert Patrick (iconic for playing the T-1000 in Terminator 2: Judgment Day and an all-around respectable genre actor) is introduced as Harvey, clearly unstable breaking the fourth wall and rambling to the audience about them darn millennials. The actor goes for it with such over-the-top conviction that it’s both hilarious and entertaining. Moments later, the mentally ill widower rents out his home over the weekend for $500 to Olive (Amanda Crew), a woman in need