Overall Rank: 2606
Average Rating: 2.8/4
# of Ratings: 55
Theatrical Release Date: 06/17/2005
Genre: Comedy, Drama
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Miranda July
Actors: John Hawkes, Miranda July, Miles Thompson, Brandon Ratcliff, Carlie Westerman, Brad William Henke
Plot: Christine is a performance artist and a driver for elderly people. Richard works in the shoe section of a department store. He has 2 boys (Peter and Robbie). Christine becomes interested in Richard, Robbie discovers Internet chatting, while Peter discovers his sexuality. -- Florencia
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Camper - wrote on 10/29/2014
Right when I saw the girl put socks on her ears I was like "oh. it's going to be that kind of movie..." I'm surprised it got such good reviews. It tries too hard to be "quirky," it's pretentious and it's just really, really irritating .
Snoogans - wrote on 11/07/2011
Unexpectedly touching. The characters are endearing in their own ways that they try to find love.
taylors - wrote on 05/26/2008
The movie is marketed as a pointed look at the effect of divorce on a family and the burgeoning sexuality in teens. I was excited to see the film because it appeared to approach these hard topics in an ironic and light hearted fashion on par with Little Miss Sunshine or the Royal Tenenbaums. However, this film is more like classic Magnolia or Lost In Trasnlation where the writer and director were able to amazingly fill two hours of film with absolutely nothing. No story, no development, and then it ends. One of those movies worth passing by.
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Yojimbo - wrote on 05/11/2012
A shoe salesman splits up with his wife and enters into single fatherdom by spouting gen X platitudes about the meaning of life at his McJob before entering into the most unconvincing romance between two irritating people this side of Anakin and Padme. Meanwhile an old man goes through the usual "grab the moment while you can" cliches and underage kids flirt with sexual encounters in the most distasteful (but "quirky", so it's OK) way. Throw in a token death, kooky "artist" making inane analogies about relationships and shouting out "YOU ARE LOVED" to a doomed goldfish like the immature rantings of a second year film student and you've got everything that's wrong with indie cinema. At least the similarly vacuous Garden State had likeable characters and a few laughs. This is unfunny, …
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