Directed by Tony McNamara
When new kid in town Ed Wallis is given an assignment to interview an older person, he turns to his mysterious neighbor, Ashby Holt for help. That new connection leads to unexpected journeys for both of them, as Ashby – who turns out to be a retired CIA assassin – deals with a terminal prognosis, and Ed deals with adjusting to life with his newly single mom and developing relationship with a brainy classmate, Eloise.
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★★★½ review by mick culleton on Letterboxd
A high school kid who finds it hard to fit in strikes up a friendship with his mysterious neighbour, Who turns out to be a former assassin , Off kilter teen drama with a great understated performance from Mickey Rourke
★★★★ review by kass on Letterboxd
im not done w it yet but nat wolff is so cute
★★★½ review by SeanMcG on Letterboxd
Actually, you know what? This isn't half bad. Sure the delivery isn't always perfect, and sure it's somewhat of a mess, but it connects you to its characters in a way that most director wish they could acheive. Not bad. Not bad at all.
★★★★½ review by Hanna Anuar on Letterboxd
Ashby is a good combination of funny and sad. I absolutely love how heartwarming it is.
★★★½ review by Chris Bryan on Letterboxd
Second movie I've seen Nat Wolff in and I'm calling it, he's a future star. I said the same thing about Miles Teller after a couple viewings. I thought this one was great. Rourke and Wolff were great in this modern age coming of age story.
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