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Joe Swanberg -- who directed, edited, lensed, co-wrote and played one of the lovelorn characters -- has done wonders with a nothing budget and a personable cast of nonprofessional actors.
The inability to connect in a hyper-wired world is old news given fresh voice in this tragicomic indie about the way we live.
The movie is unusually attentive to the ironies of communications technology: Note the subtle but definite awkwardness that creeps into the conversation after a prospective girlfriend casually tells Alex that she only checks her e-mail once a week.
A somewhat diverting tragicomic low-budget (supposedly made for $3,000) indie.
[The film] captures relatable 21st-century truths in small, excruciating moments.
Audience Reviews for LOL
A torture to sit through, but so disturbingly realistic that I just couldn't not. This is a movie that only our generation can watch and understand, capturing the awkwardness and miscommunication that online networks and cell phone usage have inflicted on our lives. However, I'm not sure how helpful it is to make us more aware of this problem, since no solution was presented. Abort myspace?
This movie is definitely dipicts the disadvantages of living in the technological age. The story follows three young men and how they are addicted to being plugged into their computers and cellphones. Their actions lead them to have troubles with the relationships or lack of relationships in their lives.
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