The Freebie Reviews

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September 16, 2010
[Katie Aselton] grounds each scene in a sense of realism while tackling, sans preachiness, the universal issues of fidelity, trust, friendship and love with sensitivity.
September 15, 2010
The result is less of a movie than a sketch -- but a perceptive one
September 15, 2010
[Dax] Shepard and [Katie] Aselton are great together, carrying the film as a couple so believable you feel like you're spying on their private conversations.
September 15, 2010
Writer, director and star Katie Aselton offers an indecent proposal of a story that initially suggests an honest reconsideration of monogamy -- then quickly, steadily devolves into a moralizing fable.
September 14, 2010
If the only alternative to swinging is this yuppie living death, maybe the next consideration should be a suicide pact.
September 13, 2010
Elvis Costello's line, "If you don't know by now, nobody's going to tell you," could be the warning motto for the whole movement of mumblecore cinema because it so precisely targets the limited common sense that defines the genre.
September 12, 2010
The director calls on the whole range of documentary techniques to signify the sort of laying bare of the truth that her intimately detailed screenplay can't quite manage.
September 9, 2010
An intimate, witty comedy-drama that evokes thoughts of 'The Seven Year Itch'
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