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I liked all of the characters except for the cheesy south american soccer player across the street but hey, his type exists. The female lead (Ryden) is part of a goofy but lovable family of self titled losers: Michale Keaton was the father full of losing money propositions, the mother was low key and the younger oddball brother was cute but the family star was Carol Burnett as the wacky grandmother. Enter the love interest who has been Ryden's best buddy all through college but would like to be more. I'll sum up the movie for you: guy follows girl around like a puppy even after he is kicked a few times, gets mad and goes away, girl realizes what she had and runs after him - the end.
Given all the talent you would think that the movie would work but it falls apart despite some good scenes (anything with Carol Burnett or the derby race). Perhaps different editing would have made all the difference? I cannot recommend this movie unless you are die hard fans of the actors.
Crazy is NOT an understatement.
Add on to that, a hot Brazillian neighbor and Adam, a guy who's been her best friend since freshman year, yet wants to be more. That's the plot.
The plot, while all over the place, works well for this movie. You're not sure what scheme one of the Malbys will come up with next. Will it be her father's plan to make a fortune online selling belt buckles or perhaps her grandmother (played by the ever amazing Carol Burnett) wanting to take a look at caskets? There's always something going on, with Ryden and her love life, or lack thereof, at the center of it all.
This movie defintely takes you for a ride. One that I really enjoyed.
The previews and trailers told a different than what the real movie conveyed. In fact the trailers are far better and in fact had they just made the movie a short and to the point film it would've been a greaat success with 5 stars.
I felt that the relationship between the main character Ryden and her platonic best friend Adam (I think it was) was not seriously developed. The family was just weird which didn't seem to make any sense with the thesis of the movie. In fact during the "featurette" the screenwriter had no prior experience of writing scripts and even admitted to not know a thesis until later in the process.
Instead of trying to tell several different stories and relationships they should've just kept it simple to the point and to a central theme about life after graduating. It was a real downer and I could not recommend this movie unless you borrow it from a friend.
I was disappointed in the ending as I felt it was very illogical and that it overturned everything that the first part had been promoting. I won't spoil it for anyone how hasn't seen it.
Also, I felt that some of the scenes were unnecessary for the overall plot line.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I only say that it was ok because i didn't get to watch all of it. The movie kept freezing and wouldn't load!Published 6 months ago by Brittany
It's a good movie. It like a real world few of what life after college can be sometimes.Published 7 months ago by Erica