Jimmy O'Brien works in the stockroom of a grocery store, where he is reminded of his powerlessness by his boss. Only his love for his wife offers him comfort, but their obligations to his invalid grandmother and a new baby stifle their dreams. It is not until open-mike night at the local comedy club that he allows himself to do what he needs to do: run off at the mouth. Written by
Sujit R. Varma
This is absolutely one of the most dreadful movies I have ever watched in my life. I can't believe I wasted my time on this. All I can do is laugh at Snodra's review. This is not a well made movie at all.
If the creators of the film weren't so concerned with making you feel uneasy, they would have noticed all the dumb little mistakes they made when making this movie. I spent more time laughing at the poor continuity, holes in the story, and the absolutely idiotic main character...miserable piece of crap he is.
As an example of the holes in the story, Jimmy said that his daughter was born on the exact same day they got married. However, later on in the movie, their anniversary and his daughter's birthday were on completely different days. How could anyone who spent time trying to make a good movie miss something like this? Seriously...Not one single person who read this script noticed this?
Also, the grandmother was clearly still breathing when she was supposed to be dead. You can see her chest moving for crying out load. I laughed when they cut to the funeral after this scene.
At least I manged not to kill myself before it was over.
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