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I loved it. Hot girls and boob's 😂. David hot singing .
This is one of my fave movies, I seen a lot of mixed reviews. This is based off the directors growing up in her nomadic family. Funny, weird, compassionate movie about outcasts. A family always on the move a coming of age movie based in the 70's in the hills of California watch it, it's worth a watch in my opinion.
It was enjoyable to watch.
I can deal with simplicity, I like it actually. What I cannot stand is stupidity, and this is definitely not a smart movie. Then it becomes weird, which is better then stupid, but not enough to save the film.
I like boobs like the next guy, but you cannot make a movie around them. Or maybe you can, just not like this one.
Good flick. Interesting characters, fun, funny, and fresh indy feel.
Story about a poor family that has a real cast of characters. All of them are funny and their story is very entertaining. Its about how you can still have love and happiness without money. Very good movie. Alan Arkin is amazing.
A lot funnier than I remember with a great performance by the whole cast, but specifically Natasha Lyonne and Marisa Tomei.
Natasha Lyonne is great but this really didn't do a ton for me. Feels very 90's. If you come from a broken or loser family you might enjoy this more.
a hilarious, warm-loving movie about a family that tries to keep it together
traces the family living in the slum areas of Beverly Hills, California along with a funny take on puberty
it's Natasha Lyonne's starring role, she's always been a supporting player in a lot of projects but here she has a chance to show her acting talents
Vivian is growing up and she has to put up with her father played by Alan Arkin trying to still feel young and provide for his children all while moving from place to place
her body is changing, she has new feelings, and she has to stand up on her own
it also doesn't help her screw-up of an aunt played by Marisa Tomei comes in and barely has a clue what to do with herself
the 1976 setting proves to be a clever move on director Tamara Jenkins' part considering drugs and sex surround Vivian at every turn
turns out the real fun isn't outside driving the car in a new place but inside with the ones you love and not knowing where you'll end up next
captures womanhood with glee and humor
There is def something to this movie. It is very real and embarrassingly honest. It is described as a comedy but not really more like quirky with offbeat dark humor. The characters are really interesting particularly the dad, the neighbor boy, Rita and the main girl. I must say I can relate somewhat to this coming of age story with a crazy chaotic family in a well to do area. However at the end of the movie it doesn't leave u with much and the film gets a little bit too dark/twisted by end (incest, fork stabbing) while acting as though nothing happened. The plot just kinda meanders along but it's the characters that keep u intrigued and the unpredictability of where it's going. You can't help but feel bad for the main character/most of her family and this film isn't really an uplifting kind. Even still it shows the power of family as weird and dysfunctional as they may be.