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Oliver Platt loves Howard Stern.
The camera adopts an objective point of view, even revelling in arbitrary scenes that seem to never amount to anything, but somehow feel organic to the whole film.
Kate tries to be generous and giving, but she doesn't understand where needy and handicapped people are coming from.
Great little simple story about real people -- no flash or special effects needed.Published 2 months ago by Daniel Rosen
If ever a film captured the essence of the saying “charity begins at home,” it would be “Please Give,” a
new offering from writer/director Nicole Holofcener. Read more
This film confronts the viewer with some disturbing conclusions on human relationships, but in a gentle and generous way. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Larry Benjamin
Very smart, very enjoyable film, w strong performances, even if we've seen a few of them (Keener's; Hall's) before. (Keener's never looked lovelier. Read morePublished 7 months ago by L. Monstuart
After watching Enough Said I wanted to see more of Nicole Holofcener's work. This movie had a similar feel. Great characters and dialogue. Entertaining and funny.Published 10 months ago by Jayson Bjurstrom
Holofcener reminds us why movies count as art, as literature, in the way short stories and novels do. Don't miss this.Published 15 months ago by Sammy Clemens
Wow what a piece of reality. The crotchety mean old lady who takes potshots at everyone. Two orphaned sisters who have to care for her, the wild child and the dutiful "good... Read morePublished 16 months ago by marriagecoach1
I know that sounds backhanded but this is the second movie from Holofcener that I would never have watched if something else was on and that I found to be a really good movie with... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Dwight