The heroine, whom I'm sure was meant to be endearing and enthralling, but is neither, is an "artist" who is evidently inspired by the most important thing in her life; herself.
Every work of art she creates is a rendition of some "monumental" moment in her life.
Living in a fantasy era long gone and obsessed with old time country stars, the prettiest girl in a small Arizona town finds a lost i Pod filled with songs that speak to her sensitive heart....
See full summary » When a group of old college friends reunite over a long weekend after one of them attempts suicide, old crushes and resentments shine light on their life decisions, and ultimately push friendships and relationships to the brink.
The story centers on Brie and Caplan, who play two very different sisters, one who’s engaged and one who’s deeply afraid of commitment.
The movie drops on VOD November 8th and opens in select theaters nationwide December 14th, so save those dates.
Sarah begins to confront her shortcomings after she rejects her boyfriend's hasty proposal and soon finds herself in a rebound romance.
Meanwhile, her sister Beth is immersed in the details of her wedding.
A comedy centered on two very different sisters, featuring a solid cast including Lizzy Caplan, Alison Brie, Martin Starr, Mark Webber, Melonie Diaz, Geoffrey Arend and Timothy Busfield, the Sundance rom-com "Save the Date" has been rather quiet since it premiered in Utah earlier this year.
But IFC Films, releasing the picture later this fall, is finally bringing their campaign to life.
Besides enjoying the unintentional subject matter this movie was terrible, boring, bromidic and cliché.
Makes sense: those kids came off the surprise hit with serious heat in 1999, but none has achieved the true stardom that seemed within reach.
With honesty, heart, and humor, all five struggle with the trials, happiness, and pain of modern love.