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Lively but wildly erratic.
This is a sloppy, poorly paced effort that wastes a decent cast. The "M" might as well have stood for "mess."
Indie stalwart Henry Jaglom's new film stumbles too often, and is too awkwardly earnest, to be considered a success.
Meandering, mirthless and meh.
As cavalier with structure as ever, Mr. Jaglom surrounds himself with familiars who embrace his cheery, disorderly style. (His films feel like gatherings of old friends because they are.)
Jaglom smartly sees a parallel between midlife hormone upheaval and sudden workplace superfluousness, but his unstructured-gabfest approach makes rather a mess of it.
Like a number of cult directors to emerge in the 1970s, Henry Jaglom values a party atmosphere at the expense of narrative cohesion.
The legendary Henry Jaglom proves as masterful as ever at creating fascinating characters designed to make you both laugh and reflect.
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