The FP is the bomb. This movie is so compulsively entertaining! I promise you will be hooked.
Brandon and Jason play JTRO and BTRO, brothers in some sort of urban hellhole that resembles a trailer park turned inside out and dumped into a warehouse rave. Warring gangs from adjacent area codes are battling over a neighbourhood called the FP, with conflicts resolved through a dancing game known as Beat Beat Revelation. When BTRO is killed during a particularly intense dance, JTRO abandons the war, but soon finds himself drawn back in when he rekindles a budding romance with a girl who looks like Courtney Love passed out in a Hot Topic makeup counter.
The FP is uniquely and originally hilarious, from the forced street-speak—all of which sounds as if delivered by Carlton Banks auditioning for a role in Fast Five—to JTRO looking like a pirate Emilio Estevez. The premise, which is essentially Tron set inside the SD card of a 14-year-old’s Wii, is so ridiculous that the mockery of Rocky training montages and the awkward edge of gang films becomes almost high art. Rapid cutting, a galloping pace, and straight-faced performances only add to the enjoyment, the momentum, and the mini-strokes. (by Al Kratina, Montreal Gazette)