This topical film deals with some very deep and heart wrenching issues involving drug addiction. It's a powerful and well executed film with excellent acting! Incredibly well done story.
Better Than Love (2019) 1080p YIFY Movie
Better Than Love (2019) 1080p
Better Than Love is a movie starring Andrew Lawrence, Alexandra Rodriguez, and Matthew Lawrence. A reluctant drug dealer strives to elevate his friend's lives while the addictive forces of an ignorant OxyContin prescription corrodes...
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The Synopsis for Better Than Love (2019) 1080p
In the era of gansta' rap wannabes, 19-year-old Jon's hopes of escaping the suburban ghetto get derailed when his drug-hustling childhood friend is incarcerated. Jon's loyalty challenges his morality as he ascends to benevolent 'kingpin of his neighborhood.' Jon develops a relationship with a beautiful recovering addict, AJ. Everything comes to a halt when Jon suffers a severe accident. Immobilized and separated from his phone, Jon's physical and emotional pain leads him to a new romance, with OxyContin. Unable to track down AJ, Jon falls into the deep hole of addiction. Caught between love and death, Jon tries to save everyone but himself.
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Powerful and grittyReviewed bykisiel-1Vote: 10/10
This was a great movie. I thought the acting in it was stellar and also the cinematography, which I think combined can be uncommon in indie movies. It was heartfelt and real gritty, and gave you a look into the life of what happens when you meet drugs on your journey. Having personal experience with people lost to this terrible epidemic I thought this was very poignant. A must see whether you want to see just a good indie, or the subject matter at hand. My hat goes off to the people that made this.
As rampant and as explicitly destructive as opioid addiction is increasingly understood to be, one would think the creative arts would've risen to the challenge of depicting this red alert crisis on a much wider, more versatile, and more nuanced scale.
"Better Than Love" loudly responds to that relative creative silence by acquitting itself as a highly engrossing film, and in no small part by riding a great performance from Andrew Lawrence all the way to the winner's circle. Lawrence plays Jon - yes, he's a nickel and dime drug dealer, but also a wholly decent human on the inside - whose initially sustainable relationship with traditional street drugs soon meets with the monster that is fentanyl. As art appropriately reflects our truths in life, Jon is quickly in over his head at the deep end of the pool, as this is a drug whose power and addictive qualities seemingly tear through the most steeled of human lives, creating a permeating helplessness that's nearly impossible to then separate from.
This is an addiction film, and addiction is resoundingly bleak. Verily, the film does not depict Rocky joyously defeating his opponent, or Ewoks dancing in the forest, and kudos to this production team for keeping it real. Throughout its course, "Better Than Love" is an immersive and very well-executed independent film made for consumers who don't mind subjecting themselves to the very real underbelly of our most brutal human trappings.