20% The Identical Sep 05
20% The Longest Week Sep 05
71% Thunder and the House of Magic Sep 05
72% God Help the Girl Sep 05
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37% The November Man $7.9M
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32% The Giver $5.3M
65% The Hundred-Foot Journey $4.8M
34% The Expendables 3 $3.6M

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89% The Honorable Woman: Season 1
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82% Satisfaction: Season 1
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Jeff Who Lives at Home Reviews

Stephen Whitty
Newark Star-Ledger
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"Jeff, Who Lives at Home" is [the Duplass brothers'] best yet.

Full Review Source: Newark Star-Ledger | Original Score: 3.5/4

March 16, 2012
Peter Travers
Rolling Stone
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The funny, touching and vital Jeff, Who Lives at Home reaffirms your faith in Jay and Mark Duplass. Their films hit you where you live.

Full Review Source: Rolling Stone | Original Score: 3/4

March 16, 2012
Joe Williams
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
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"Jeff, Who Lives at Home" is a high-wire act that could crash if the actors were out of sync, but under this big top, the never-better Segel keeps everyone aloft.

Full Review Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch | Original Score: 3/4

March 16, 2012
James Adams
Globe and Mail
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It's boring.

Full Review Source: Globe and Mail | Original Score: 2/4

March 16, 2012
Tom Long
Detroit News
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The lives of these sweet, confused, basically decent people wrap around one another in ways that are funny, far-fetched and touching.

Full Review Source: Detroit News | Original Score: B+

March 16, 2012
Lou Lumenick
New York Post
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Generates quite a few laughs on the way to a surprisingly satisfying climax.

Full Review Source: New York Post | Original Score: 2.5/4

March 16, 2012
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
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It's the modest, mumblecore version of the seemingly perennial story of man-children in the promised land.

Full Review Source: Washington Post | Original Score: 2/4

March 16, 2012
Mick LaSalle
San Francisco Chronicle
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It's a brilliant sleight of hand: Nothing important seems to be happening, and yet stuff keeps happening, and the movie is always pushing forward.

Full Review Source: San Francisco Chronicle | Original Score: 3/4

March 15, 2012
Scott Bowles
USA Today
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Sarandon is worth leaving home for, even if Jeff won't.

Full Review Source: USA Today | Original Score: 3/4

March 15, 2012
A.O. Scott
New York Times
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You come to like Jeff and even to admire him. The aura of holy foolishness that hangs around him is not just bong exhaust: he turns out to be the hero of a disarmingly sincere spiritual fable.

Full Review Source: New York Times | Original Score: 3.5/5

March 15, 2012
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
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Most of the material avoids the treacle zone, while Jason Segel, as the man-child in residence, gives a performance that I can only describe as gravely affecting.

Full Review Source: Wall Street Journal

March 15, 2012
Moira MacDonald
Seattle Times
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"Jeff, Who Lives at Home" has a meandering quality, like its title, that's oddly appealing; you feel like you know these very regular-looking people, and slowly become invested in their dilemmas.

Full Review Source: Seattle Times | Original Score: 3/4

March 15, 2012
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
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Segel ... seems to be staking his claim on just about any sweet, clueless character that comes along. He should be more discriminating.

Full Review Source: Los Angeles Times | Original Score: 2.5/5

March 15, 2012
Ian Buckwalter
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Both Jeff and the film have a way of sneaking up on you.

Full Review Source: NPR | Original Score: 7.5/10

March 15, 2012
James Berardinelli
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It feels incomplete and the ending is entirely too convenient. We've seen all of this before.

Full Review Source: ReelViews | Original Score: 2.5/4

March 15, 2012
Colin Covert
Minneapolis Star Tribune
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This is one of those smart, funny, rueful movies like "Cedar Rapids" and "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" where you sense that everyone involved truly cares about the characters. It's impossible not to join in the good feeling.

Full Review Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune | Original Score: 3/4

March 15, 2012
Wesley Morris
Boston Globe
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A sitcom would set these events in motion and 22 minutes later have them solved. This is a sitcom at four times the length, 10 percent the amusement, and triple the amount of nauseating photography.

Full Review Source: Boston Globe | Original Score: 1.5/4

March 15, 2012
Steven Rea
Philadelphia Inquirer
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The plausibility of the finale is open to question, but the filmmaking duo's determination to take us there makes a nice kind of sense.

Full Review Source: Philadelphia Inquirer | Original Score: 3/4

March 15, 2012
Linda Barnard
Toronto Star
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For both Segel and the Duplass brothers, Jeff marks a turning point. The actor comes into his own with a layered, pleasing performance, and the filmmakers behind The Puffy Chair, Baghead and Cyrus move towards more commercial films.

Full Review Source: Toronto Star | Original Score: 3/4

March 15, 2012
Rene Rodriguez
Miami Herald
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A surprisingly sappy misfire from brothers Jay and Mark Duplass - a hug-it-out, touchy-feely movie that succumbs to the maudlin sentimentality they had avoided in all their previous pictures.

Full Review Source: Miami Herald | Original Score: 2/4

March 15, 2012
Alonso Duralde
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This latest comedy from writer-directors Jay and Mark Duplass turns out to be chock-full of an element missing from most of today's movies: genuine surprise.

Full Review Source: TheWrap

March 15, 2012
Bill Goodykoontz
Arizona Republic
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This isn't a movie for everyone, but for fans of quirky charm leavened occasionally by uncomfortable, realistic exchanges, it's a small delight.

Full Review Source: Arizona Republic | Original Score: 4.5/5

March 15, 2012
Joe Neumaier
New York Daily News
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The whole movie is about piecing together broken parts. It may not always come together, but what it makes, if you look at it the right way, is endearing.

Full Review Source: New York Daily News | Original Score: 3/5

March 15, 2012
J. R. Jones
Chicago Reader
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There are some funny scenes in which the two brothers spy on the wife, who may be having an affair, but the movie's climax is a badly contrived attempt to ratify Jeff's notion of personal destiny.

Full Review Source: Chicago Reader

March 15, 2012
Lisa Schwarzbaum
Entertainment Weekly
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A goofy, sweet comedy about estranged siblings who work their way back to brotherly love in the course of a daylong, very shaggy caper of coincidences.

Full Review Source: Entertainment Weekly | Original Score: B

March 15, 2012
Nathan Rabin
AV Club
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Segel's shaggy charisma and daft sweetness breathe new life into a sturdy mumblecore archetype, and a perfectly typecast Helms radiates a grubby desperation that's poignant and funny.

Full Review Source: AV Club | Original Score: B

March 15, 2012
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times
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A whimsical comedy, very whimsical, depending on the warmth of Segal and Sarandon, the discontent of Helms and Greer...

Full Review Source: Chicago Sun-Times | Original Score: 3/4

March 15, 2012
Christy Lemire
Associated Press
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All of these comic actors find different sorts of laughs -- sadder, truer ones -- by toning down some of their usual tendencies. They're no less effective this way, but the shift does provide an unexpected tone.

Full Review Source: Associated Press | Original Score: 3/4

March 14, 2012
Keith Uhlich
Time Out New York
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Oh, goody, another movie about Lumberus manchildus.

Full Review Source: Time Out New York | Original Score: 1/5

March 13, 2012
Brian Miller
Village Voice
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Jeff is a surprisingly mutable, ultimately poignant day-in-the-life drama about a slacker who genuinely wants to stand tall.

Full Review Source: Village Voice

March 13, 2012
Peter Debruge
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The Duplass brothers take another step toward conventional Hollywood storytelling without sacrificing the sincere, true-to-life quality that got studios interested in the first place.

Full Review Source: Variety

September 15, 2011
John DeFore
Hollywood Reporter
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Segel's performance is the heart of the film, his naive faith making other characters' bolder gestures believable...

Full Review Source: Hollywood Reporter

September 15, 2011
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