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Jacob Vaughan's Milo is revelatory in multiple ways.  It's a sly comment on our culture's obsession with stress and how to relieve it.  It's an intimate family drama about a man afraid of becoming a father when he was abandoned by his own.  Most of all, Milo proves you can get a surprising amount of comic mileage from an anal demon.  Vaughan's comedy is one of the most juvenile films I've ever seen, but works because of its completely sincerity rather than celebrating its own sense of humor.  As silly as Milo gets, Vaughan and his actors play the proceedings completely straight-faced, and let the comedy shine through where the sun don't shine. Duncan (Ken Marino) has nothing but stress.  He and his wife Sarah (Gillian Jacobs) are having difficulty conceiving, he's been placed in charge of firing people by his slimy boss (Patrick Warburton), and his mother (Mary Kay Place »

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