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good n funny dramedy
Arguably one of the most annoying films I have ever seen- terrible pretentious writing, inexcusable bad acting and obnoxious no talent leads- tedious story-
Just not very good or even fair. Dismal is the word I'm looking for. I thought Megan Mullally would spice it up, but even she is a dud in this piece of hopelessness.
It appears like a pointless story about two clueless and immature twenty-somethings. But there's more subtlety than that, as the delicate and perfect ending will clearly show.
46 minutes in, worst movie evah, couldn't even finish or watch for a single moment more.
"We're on a cleansing" !
It was refreshing to see Jess Weixler after a long time. As an impressionable young man I boisterously enjoyed 'Teeth' during my undergrad days! As a salaried one, I return to appraise 'Apartment Troubles'!
The indie movie provides a playful insight in the lives of two young girls with contrasting personas and tastes. We are taken on a ride into the nitty gritties of friendship.
The plot moves coherently from the beginning and is evenly interspersed with humour- both implicit and explicit. The characters are solidly written and well acted. Although there are a few instances- but only a few- where the story seems exaggerated.
A decent indie effort, worth watching and worth collecting.