Jeff, Who Lives at Home

A quirky independent film done by the Duplass brothers. I loved Jason Segel as the “Signs” obsessed man-child who finds redemption at last. Ed Helms played a more down to earth part in this film, which was refreshing. I couldn’t care less about Susan Sarandon’s sub-plot, it just felt so unnecessary. I did love how the Porsche kept getting destroyed and I loved the elusive search for “Kevin”. The camera work was awful, too much zooming in and out, it got very distracting. Otherwise, charming.

77/100

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Jeff, Who Lives at Home (2011)

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