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The duo come across as abrasive and mirthless; for all their back-and-forths, they fail to land a single laugh-out-loud one-liner or comeback.
Exuding such a relaxed feel that it's not surprising that its title doesn't appear onscreen until nearly the half-hour mark, Sundowners never strains too hard for its considerable laughs.
It's for folks who fetishize indie-style ineptitude and amateurishness.
Closure may be missing, but at least glimpses of promising Canadian performers are in abundant supply.
Deliberately awkward and bravely subversive.
Moondi and his actors let Alex and Justin sketch their own stories, which are written in their faces and in the bad choices they habitually make.
Written and directed by Pavan Moondi, this is, unfortunately, an unfocused mess of a story, albeit one with two tremendous leads, beautiful cinematography, and some genuinely laugh out loud moments. And if you're a fan of Tim Heidecker, he kills it.
Scruffy Canadian comedy whose laughs land more often than they miss.
Pavan Moondi mines hilarious comedy from this tale of doofuses in oddball situations.
Booze, near-sex experiences and minor disasters... a chill indie take on a genre that's usually so desperate to make us laugh, it hyperventilates.
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