"Telling of the Shoes" chronicles a Manhattan dinner party that starts out good-natured, and turns unexpectedly dark as alcohol-fueled party guests eschew their mantles of reserve, turning quick-witting sparing into full-fledged skewering.
A couple who is expecting their first child travel around the U.S. in order to find a perfect place to start their family. Along the way, they have misadventures and find fresh connections with an assortment of relatives and old friends who just might help them discover "home" on their own terms for the first time.
Axel the truck is in awe of Mike's aerobatic abilities and wishes he could fly like that. Mike can't blame Axel's hero worship - after all, what's good about being stuck on the ground like ... See full summary »
A bank teller and his friends plan a flashy, movie-inspired bank robbery that involves underground gun deals, ski masks, bowling bags, and expensive suits. But when the inside man begins to have second thoughts about committing the crime, their friendship is put on the line and their plan spirals out of control. Now he must choose between selling out... or cashing in. Written by
Saw this movie at a friends place over the weekend. I didn't know anything about it and thought it was pretty clever.
Gotta say John Krasinski is hilarious!
You need to listen carefully for certain one liners and hidden gem obscure references, but if you get 'em you'll definitely have a laugh. Cast is impressive for an indie flick. William Saddler is really good as the dad, i usually like anything he does. I have thoughts on the ending but don't want to write any spoilers. if you like the office, or crime comedy, i think you'll be into this. Certainly worth watchin' if you're a fan of quirkie indie film.
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