Sorry, Thanks (2009)





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Two people stumble into a relationship as they sort out their emotional baggage in this low-key independent comedy. Thirty-something Kira (Kenya Miles) has just broken up with her boyfriend of seven years and has lost her job, forcing her to look for new employment as soon as possible. Kira happens to meet Max (Wiley Wiggins), a fashion-challenged slacker who work in the office of a local elected official, training new volunteers and offering them unsolicited advice about throwing away their principles. Kira and Max have a one night stand, which proves a bit embarrassing for both of them, especially since Max happens to have a steady girlfriend, Sara (Ia Hernandez), who works with drug addicts and the handicapped and has the patience of a saint. As Kira is forced to jump through hoops in order to land a copy editing position that's clearly beneath her qualifications, she finds herself fascinated with Max, while he keeps thinking about her and asking his best friend Mason (Andrew Bujalski) is this makes him a bad person. Sorry, Thanks was the first feature from writer and director Dia Sokol, and an official selection at the 2009 South by Southwest Film Festival.
Comedy , Drama
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Wiley Wiggins
as Max Callahan
Kenya Miles
as Kira Marks
Moshe Kasher
as Andrew
Jonathon Wallace
as Jon the Intern
Kyre Osborn
as Mandy
Elvie Hernandez
as Aunt Suze
Cheryl McBride
as Receptionist
Lauren Smith
as Office Superior
Jaime Borschuk
as Girl With Black Glasses
Keith Cowling
as Concession Stand Cashier
Ray Wilcox
as Voice of Psychotherapist
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Critic Reviews for Sorry, Thanks

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (1)

Sorry, Thanks stays true to mumblecore form in charting some aimless hours between San Franciscan twentysomethings who probably aren't right for each other.

Full Review… | October 21, 2009
Top Critic

Could have used a little sizzle to counter all its tedium.

Full Review… | February 11, 2013
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Audience Reviews for Sorry, Thanks

This is a really funny and entertaining movie, I liked it a lot. It's opinions on relationships is refreshingly honest. Really good relationship movie, especially for people in their 20s or 30s who are drifting through relationships.

Robert Amazon
Robert Amazon

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