Disheartened by his latest relationship catastrophe, Graham (Alexander Poe) attempts to rekindle the spark with his ex-girlfriend, Laura (Kristen Connolly). In the attempt to win her back Graham discovers he has a unique problem: Laura and another one of his ex-girlfriends (Jennifer Carpenter) are dating the same guy (Noah Bean). 'Ex-Girlfriends' is a comedy about three New Yorkers struggling to uncover the truth behind their romantic entanglements.(c) Official Site
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Critic Reviews for Ex-Girlfriends
Feels like a promising college project that wasn't ready for the real world.
Connolly and Carpenter both strongly impress in their complementary roles, all the more believable for being seen largely through Graham's eyes.
Unconvincing indie rom-com has artful aspirations but lacks flavor.
It is cleverly conceived, well acted and seasoned with blips of mildly acidic wit.
The callow behavior that characterizes Ex-Girlfriends' lead would be less maddening had writer/director/star Alexander Poe firmly decided how to portray the bedroom follies of youth.
Ex-Girlfriends is one case in which you truly wish life didn't cling so closely to art.
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