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"Love & Taxes" is an odd little title for an odd little movie, and yet it delivers exactly what it promises. And in an entertaining way.
The movie's wryly optimistic tone, Woody Allen-esque flights of fancy and enjoyable cast ... make for a fun concoction.
Watching "Love & Taxes," you feel as if you're witnessing a life presented without much filter. It's Kornbluth's willingness to revel in what a screw-up he is that carries you along.
If there aren't many big laughs here, there are enough smiles to make the time pass pleasantly enough.
As a writer, Kornbluth is vivid, funny and skilled at conveying characters, qualities he actually matches in performance.
The Korthbluth brothers strike again with Love and Taxes in what feels like, a closely and tightly written Haiku Tunnel saga, except that chronologically it would actually be more of a prequel.
I'd recommend going back and checking out Haiku Tunnel, and, if you enjoy it, then rush out and see Love & Taxes.
Granted, the only other film in the KCU thus far is Josh and Jacob's 2001 Haiku Tunnel, but that's still batting a thousand.
Does filing your taxes and getting a refund mean you will find love and step into a larger universe? Who knows? File and find out.
"Love & Taxes" is a bit unsteady at times, but Kornbluth charm and eccentricity remains as potent now as it was 16 years ago.
Love & Taxes succeeds [...] in making you look at each title object in a new way.
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