Average Rating: 6.2/10
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A solid debut for Zicherman, and a worthy vehicle for Scott and company.
A.C.O.D. is like some wild and woolly French family drama that hums along in fast motion.
The comedy will strike a chord with viewers who've had to "be the adult" in relationships with divorced parents.
Carter's existential crisis simply isn't interesting enough to sustain the movie, even at a scant 87 minutes, no matter how likable the leading man.
Disappointingly opts for broad humour over genuine drama in its second half, but anyone who has been through a similar situation will find it undeniably resonant.
Stu Zicherman's amusing but formulaic man-in-crisis comedy has neither a fully realised protagonist nor a clear message.
It's a lot of fun -- and I'm sure a lot of A.C.O.D's will find a lot to love about it.
Zicherman, who also directed the film, has brought together a strong comedic cast, but he also utilizes them well to create a funny film that even those of us who are not A.C.O.D.s (see: me) can relate to.
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