Jim Cummings and PJ McCabe feature in The Beta Test, a 2021 mystery authored, filmed, and featuring Jim Cummings and PJ McCabe. Virginia Newcomb and Jessie Barr also feature. On March 1, 2021, the movie screened at the Berlin International Film Festival, and on November 5, 2021, it was distributed in the United States.
Synopsis of The Beta Test
This film follows a pretty shortly wedded Hollywood producer who discovers a cryptic invitation requesting an undercover intimate rendezvous and is drawn into a deadly realm of lies, betrayal, and computerized surveillance. The narrative depicts a celebrity broker whose life is flipped down after joining a clandestine seduction group.
Was It Worth Watching Or Not?
It’s no wonder that “The Beta Test” views the ontological peril it represents to its character as a possibility disguised as a hazard. After decades of yelling “it doesn’t have to be this way!” into the vacuum, the man has created everything that can magnify that statement for him. A movie that utilizes physical adultery as a Trojan horse to highlight the co-obsession producers with defying the establishment and refusal to let others define his worth.
The only possible alternative is Cummings himself, whose haphazard adherence to his film’s storyline is counterbalanced by the clinical agony of his portrayal as Jordan (McCabe is also excellent as Jordan’s closest buddy and limited sidekick PJ). Cummings’ head acting harkens back to a youthful Jim Carrey’s flexible unpredictability, particularly the sequence in “Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls” where he’s delivering himself out of an artificial rhinos’ ass. Jordan stretches the limitations of his own flesh in a comparable pattern each second of “The Beta Test,” as if he were stuck within his own corpse and trying to gnaw his way out.
Cummings’ presentation simply adds an optimal test of continuity to a movie that yet hardly does have a hold over its possess finished and semi-finished collusion and quite often ends up feeling like that of an augmentation of the psychotic break that its lead persona may be experiencing — a movie that supports Jordan’s impossibility to understand whether it must be giggling or weeping or seeking for the sidewalls of actuality on its own, and could have coped effectively as a much more localized personality investigation than a scheme fanatic out — “I just want to appear trendy and cheerful and accomplished, but I’m just freaking corny!” Jordan screeches as he approaches the center of his distorted character.
Where To Stream?
The Beta Test is now accessible to watch on Amazon Prime Video. Even though the drama movie is not now part of Amazon Prime’s regular lineup, it is available as an on-demand video. ‘The Beta Test’ is available for rent ($5.99) or buy ($19.99).
Is There A Chance For A Sequel?
There is no sequel planned as of now. However, we will get back to you if we get to know anything about it. Till then, enjoy watching ‘The Beta Test’.