Featuring a premise unlike any other, David Russo's The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle is as imaginative a film as one can expect to see. Filled with a smart blend of biochemical engineering and taste-testing cookies, the film uses your imagination as its core component, feeding off it to entertain and enthrall all who watch.
The story, set around a guy who is living a crisis of both faith and personal identity, is relatable in nearly every aspect. Quitting his desk job, Dory, our protagonist, takes a job as a custodial employee at a large corporate office. There, amidst a ton of taste testing cookies, the ordinary comes to a screeching halt, laying the road for the unusual. In the process, a hot soundtrack is laid down, a series of great performances come to life and an inventive story is created.
The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle is character driven film. As a result, the performance from Mashall Allman becomes a critical point in the story and film itself. Thankfully, Allman rises to the occasion, giving a complete performance as the confused and independent Dory.
Close on his heels are costars Natasha Lyonne, Tania Raymonde, Tygh Runyan and Matt Smith. Together, the cast comprises a unique bunch of characters, one that represents a spectrum of personalities and backgrounds. From the sex atop the conference table to the fascination over a blue 'moving' residue in one of the toilets, the film continues to 'go-there,' and the actors couldn't react more perfectly.
As the film comes to a close, and the events begin to pan out in their own direction, you can't help but appreciate the creativity that went into making such a unique picture. But more than just that, the acting, direction and story keep pace with the imagination on-screen, creating a solid mixture that will not only entertain, but intrigue all who watch.