Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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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.
If Kissing On The Mouth wanted to remind us that sex is something that happens in the real world, LOL wants to show us how and why it doesn't.
Scruffy, loosely structured and piercingly perceptive about the ways in which technology that supposedly brings people together actually keeps them apart.
The film has the quality of something tended to by many affectionate hands, a houseplant that blooms slightly more than it sags.
LOL makes a pretty solid case that, despite our being able to reach anybody at any time, most of us still lack the ability to really 'reach' anyone at all.
Swanberg continues to grow as a filmmaker and I can't wait to see what he comes up with next.
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