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An enjoyable dysfunctional family/romantic comedy.
Charming indie flick. Jemaine Clement is great
Smart writing. Clement is effortlessly funny.
Interesting at times, but I could have safely passed on watching this one.
Been a while since I watched this so a bit hard to remember everything. I remember Clement giving us a very likable character who is still struggling with heartbreak from his wife. It seemed like a pretty accurate portrayal of how hard it can be to move on. I'm sure the story has been told many times, but Clement brings that likability and it's just a nice watch.
That was a pretty damned cute movie.
A witty script that offers a rare perspective on a more realistic love story through comedic scenes and dramatic events. Jemaine Clement was phenomenal in his portrayal as a naive but softhearted father working to cope with his wife's infidelity. His character was the highlight of the movie and I very much enjoyed every minute of it.
Much more of a better character study than its familiar counterparts. Way too often however, the writing falls apart and moves into pointless territory of useless conversation. If interested in similar genres I highly recommend watching ones like 'The Squid and the Whale'.
Clement is enjoyable as the lead (per usual) in this quirky drama comedy about family issues. It's a fun Indy film, it's just nothing new.
Love, love, love Jemaine Clement. This is a nice little movie, and I definitely will watch it again.