Burn Later Productions, Duplass Brothers Productions, Through Films,

Celia Weston, Joel McHale, Paula Garcés, Jeffrey DeMunn, Josh Charles, Bobby Cannavale, Jason Mantzoukas, Caitlin Fitzgerald, Jane Krakowski, Sarah Steele, Bobby Moynihan, Mike Birbiglia, Nick Kroll, Rose Byrne, Julie White

Jake (Nick Kroll) is an entrepreneur, but when everything goes wrong at once, he loses everything. With nowhere else to turn, he leaves New York City and shows up on the doorstep of his married pregnant sister Justine (Rose Byrne) and her husband Danny (Bobby Cannavale). They take him in for a little while, but eventually he becomes their Nanny, babysitting his 3 year old nephew.

This isn’t a great movie, nor is it a horrible one. This is somewhere in between. Bobby Cannavale and Rose Byrne are actually pretty good together, as they are in real life I think, but their parts are not all that much of the film. There are some other smaller characters who also add to the whole, but basically it’s not funny or dramatic and is somewhere in the middle most of the time. I think perhaps the script is the weak part that pulls everything else down. There are lovers and haters, but most people seem to fit about where I sit right in the middle. I didn’t mind watching it, but it was not a moving or memorable movie, and when it was over, it was over. Watch if you’re a Nick Kroll fan, but there’s not much to drag you to watch this indie film other than that. Waste of time, really and I would say, skip it.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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