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Jeff, Who Lives At Home (2011)

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Ed Helms Ed Helms
Pat
Judy Greer Judy Greer
Linda
Steve Zissis Steve Zissis
Steve
Evan Ross Evan Ross
Kevin
Benjamin Brant Bickham Benjamin Brant Bickham
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Jay Duplass Jay Duplass
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Jeff, Who Lives at Home

5 years, 5 months ago at Mar 16 21:56
7 votes
In 2006, the directing duo composed of brothers Jay and Mark Duplass made something fantastic with meager resources. Their independent drama The Puffy Chair is one of my all-time favorite road trip movies and, from what I've seen so far, it's the apex of the so-called mumblecore movement. It's realistic without ever drifting into monotony or making you feel like you're just pointlessly spying on y... read more

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5 years, 4 months ago at Apr 11 8:54
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The Duplass Brothers have created a wonderful thing in this moving and earnest film, which on its surface pretends to be a lighthearted comedy about a slacker and his aggressive brother, but becomes something much deeper and even cosmic. Jeff is obsessed with his destiny, frustrated with being stuck in his life and is constantly on the lookout for any signs or paths that may lead to something grea... read more

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4 years, 7 months ago at Jan 20 14:20
1 vote
Shit movie. Damn, that one made me angry. Really angry. I never write reviews. But this film is a really bad one. I have no idea why people would act for this idiotic script or even finance it. Please give the money to the homeless before doing such a thing (this review is just so long to bring it over 100 characters. Everything you need to no is in the first two words.)
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Dispatched from his basement room on an errand for his mother, slacker Jeff might discover his destiny (finally) when he spends the day with his brother as he tracks his possibly adulterous wife.
Release date: 11 May 2012
Tags: Comedy (5), 2012 (4), Destiny (2), Marijuana (2), Glue (2), Brothers (2), Glbt (1), Porsche (1), Romance (1), Flirtation (1), Bisexual (1), Mumblecore (1), Immaturity (1), Drugs (1), Man-Child (1), Serendipity (1), Hotel (1), Kevin (1), Slacker (1), Jason Segel (1)
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johanlefourbe posted a review 2 months ago

An average movie

“I’m well aware that the Duplass brothers are the leaders of the mumblecore genre but I haven’t seen much of their work so far and since I didn’t care much for this movie, I’m not sure if I will make much of an effort to check the rest of their work.  To be honest, I’m not really sure what the mumblecore genre is/was about but this movie was basically another quirky indie comedy which is something I have come to dread more and more recently. In this case, it was made even worse by the fact that the main characters were both some really pathetic losers. In fact, even the sub-plot involving Susan Sarandon didn’t really work. First of all, Sarandon was just miscast here. Indeed, to play a lonely woman craving for attention, they shouldn’t have cast one of the most charismatic wo” read more

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