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Critic Reviews for Oconomowoc
Gillies never gives us any reason to care about these people, though some of the one-liners are amusing.
Writer-director Andy Gillies' shaggy underachiever alternates between the pointless and the elliptical as the movie sputters out its nominal story ...
"Oconomowoc" has one thing going for it: a running time of just 79 minutes, even if every one of them feels like an eternity.
At last count, 15,792 people live in Oconomowoc, Wisc. That's about 15,000 more than will see the film that bears its name, a slender absurdist riff on the man-child coming-of-age comedy.
Audience Reviews for Oconomowoc
This Wes Anderson-esque indie movie about an underachiever who returns home after declining an opportunity for a better future, treks forth into an annoying set of circumstances that involve crappy people, his stepfather and his friend Travis. The movie doesn't have a real point to it's story, but somehow the quirky sensibilities fit well enough. As does the movie's soundtrack and it's oddly colorful direction (the flannel shirts brighten the irreverence).
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