Are You Here (2014)
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When his off-the-grid best buddy Ben Baker (Zach Galifianakis) inherits his estranged father's fortune, womanizing local weatherman Steve Dallas (Owen Wilson) joins forces with him to battle the legal challenge brought by Ben's formidable sister (Amy Poehler), in the hilarious big-screen directorial debut from "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner. (C) Millenium
Aug 22, 2014 Limited
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Writer-director Matthew Weiner, creator of the magnificent Mad Men, has made a feature film - theoretically a comedy - that's just shy of terrible.
In Mad Men mastermind Matthew Weiner's big-screen directorial debut, the aggressively unfunny Are You Here, all of the dark humor and delicate character shadings we're used to seeing on his TV series are conspicuously absent.
This sorry misfire will provide enjoyment only for rival television creatives invidiously rooting for Matthew Weiner to stumble.
"Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner conjures empty men for his feature debut, the story of two loser pals who win a chance to upgrade their lives when one happens upon an unexpected inheritance. Surprising failure on multiple counts.
Not really all that funny, and not all that touching, but if you are a fan of the cast it might be worth a rental.
A film about a couple of lifelong friends in the midst of parallel identity crises, it's almost shockingly formless, underthought, and visually indifferent given those behind it...
Whatever Weiner's film isn't, it is the most amusingly glib role Owen Wilson's had since "Zoolander."
Are You Here isn't the debut we hoped Matthew Weiner would deliver, as it struggles to tell a full, meaty story in the smaller confines on a Hollywood movie.
The female characters on Mad Men are probably the show's strongest asset, but here they're hollow to the point of insult.
We expect better than this from the scripter of 87 episodes of "Mad Men."
Filmmaker Matthew Weiner, making his debut here, establishes an atmosphere of middling mediocrity right from the get-go...
You Are Here is a shockingly inept comedy, a project with the look and style of a mid-'90s Ivan Reitman or Harold Ramis comedy, not the first film from one of our finest TV writers.
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