Directed by Joe Swanberg
After a breakup with her boyfriend, a young woman moves in with her older brother, his wife, and their 2-year-old son.
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★★★½ review by Matt Singer on Letterboxd
FYC: Jude Swanberg, Best Supporting Baby.
★★★½ review by davidehrlich on Letterboxd
this movie was 11 minutes long and i enjoyed all of them.
★★★½ review by Sean Gilman on Letterboxd
Strange to see a film to so utterly devoid of style, artfulness, subtext or even text itself. Still, I'm quite happy to spend 90 minutes watching Anna Kendrick hang out, get stoned and read the internet. That's she's able to create any kind of emotionally engaging character out of this nothingness is a wonder. What is acting?
Also, how long do you think it would take to get sick of living ironically in that house? How long before they rip out the tiki bar and refurnish it with Ikea? I'd last six months, tops.
★★★★½ review by Miles on Letterboxd
Welp, Swanberg consistently makes me feel the feels. The woman feels and the man feels. The Olivia Wilde feels and the Anna Kendrick feels. Even the Lena Dunham feels. The drunk feels and the sober feels. God damn it, I love the feels he makes me feel.
★★★½ review by Nathan Rabin on Letterboxd
Maybe Swanberg's best movie. A sweet, funny and sexy look at the invisible wall between cozy domesticity and the sloppy single life with great performances all around, especially Anna Kendrick.
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