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Paul Miller, a self-described "failed actor," sets out for his final act and his ultimate role: the last two days of his life ending with his suicide on tape. He tries to reunite with old friends and family members to say one last final goodbye, all of whom attempt to coax him out of killing himself or dismiss his intentions as a joke. Written by
I really enjoyed the cast of this film. Paul Rudd was really good. I usually see him as a funny guy, but he acted more dramatic in this film and he was pretty good. There was one scene towards the end that really got to me and I didn't know Paul Rudd could act like that. The film had an interesting story line. It is about a man who wants to kill himself and he has some of his friends video tape it like a documentary. The only problem with this film was that it seemed too boring at times. Like there was not much going on. Some of the characters personalities made up for it at points, but not all the time. Adam Scott was pretty funny as his character. His outfits were probably the best. So overall, it was a decent film. I just wanted to see more to it.
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