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What Max Landis' sexual orientation-bending directorial debut lacks in style, it makes up for in self-absorption.
Mr. Landis's sensibility, which combines sitcom jokiness with mumblecore sentimentality, tends to be more grating than amusing in "Me Him Her," though scattered moments will make you laugh.
As scraggly and eager as a teenage cover band fumbling through its first set.
You sense that Landis's brain is a cage full of rabid ideas. Rather than tame them, he's happy to open the gate and let the monsters loose.
The banter has its high points, and some supporting players more than carry their weight. But the second half groans under too many dumb contrivances
Me Him Her has an admirably buoyant energy but a murky message and shortage of laughs.
... a madcap joyride of a comedy that makes for a solid directorial debut and should stand as another achievement in Landis' already colorful career.
Landis avoids the heterosexism of Hollywood rom-coms... Easing past sexual confusion, Me Him Her embraces all sexual identities.
The film's essential good nature and abundant charm may be best demonstrated by its pretty backwash of '80s-influenced electro-pop on the soundtrack and gently mocking cameos by Geena Davis and Scott Bakula.
Me Him Her is the work of someone who lives, breathes, and loves Los Angeles to such a noxiously myopic degree that providing an actual sense of place holds little interest for him.
Me Him Her (the title eschews any punctuation that would separate people) expands the rom-com into social compassion.
While it all initially seems like Landis has lost his grip on the tone, it's not long before we realize he's intentionally going for broke with every single frame.
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