Happy Hour (2004)
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as Tulley Sr.
as Dr. Pitcoff
as Woman in Bar
as Woman in Park
Critic Reviews for Happy Hour
In a world with so many problems, it's hard to drum up any sympathy for these characters' profligate self-destruction.
First-time writer-director Mike Bencivenga and co-writer Richard Levine have a flair for brittle repartee, and an obvious affection for literate drunks, but their take on the drinking life feels antiquated and movie-derived.
LaPaglia is solid and there's a grittiness here, and a clear-eyed approach to alcoholism that's reminiscent of Leaving Las Vegas.
If only its characters weren't such stereotypes.
What you'll remember most about the movie is its banal script and dialogue so ripe it almost laughs at itself.
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