With Jeff, Who Lives At Home, The Duplass Brothers, Jay and Mark, take another cautious step towards the mainstream with this odd comedy about the eponymous Jeff and his family as a series of seemingly random occurrences lead to a unique conclusion.
Tag: Paramount Vantage
Like Crazy – Love Makes You Do The Wacky!
Like Crazy killed on the festival circuit – and a couple nights ago, it effectively killed ninety minutes of my life.
Son of Rambow: Little Film About Filmmaking and Making Friends Is Utterly Charming
Will Proudfoot [Bill Milner] is a member of a religious sect that doesn’t allow watching television, so when his teacher plays a tape for the class, Will has to sit in the hall until it’s over. Lee Carter [Will Poulter], on the other hand, is the school’s resident hellspawn, who is frequently ejected from class. […]
Son of Rambow makes Michelle want to get off her ass!
Anyone who has read my reviews over the years, knows that I’m a sucker for films about the creative process and precocious British kid films. Writer/Director Garth Jennings, whose last film was 2005’s “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,” has crafted a small, indie film that – dare I say it? Should I say it? Why […]