Very funny stuff.
And again. A massive delight. Every time. Forever.
Solid, funny, to the point.
Would be a great double feature pairing with This Is Our Youth.
He’s the man.
Total crap packed with cliches, from the genius ghetto kid novelist who shops at Whole Foods and has a thing for health food (though still of course in debt to the mob), to the younger woman with a thing for an older skanky hippy guy, to the homeless woman who’s part of the family, to scrappy racist immigrants. An obvious attempt to write a broad comedy. Doesn’t go well.
Some fun stuff.
Total crap. Yet to read a play by Stephens I like. Might be missing that gene.
Exactly the film we see on screen.
“You’re quite a tasty little worker.”
Well put together. Good setup. well revealed. Nice symmetry in final act with first all the guests only at breakfast, and then the family. There is some fun here. But nowhere near as enjoyable as, say, London Assurance. A little too much whining and gnashing of teeth.
Not original, but still a lot of fun.