The story of an autistic youth named Ricky who, after a particularly difficult day at school, escapes into the subways. It's here that he starts his real journey, on a days-long voyage of ... See full summary »
Andrea Suarez Paz,
Events after an earthquake convince Owen, a writer of hack "as told to" autobiographies, to leave L.A. He burns his bridges telling people what he really thinks, quits his current client (a... See full summary »
[Of her 33-year marriage]
You two need to know the truth. It's no picnic!
Were you in love in the beginning?
Not so much.
I thought you were madly in love.
That's what we told you when you were younger. It was a good story, it made you happy.
You were never in love? That's... that's depressing!
That's why we didn't tell you.
You learn to love. You *learn* to love, because you're *stuck* with each other.
Well, not stuck. Um - *hinged*. Hinged! You're ...
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I saw this film last month at the BJFF and it's terrific! It's like a Jewish "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" but with a lot more intelligence and insight. Jennifer Westfeldt wrote a great script and is so likable in the film. Robert Cary did a great job directing. Chris Messina is an exciting new comedic actor, he plays a spot on New York Jewish neurotic. I loved him on "Six Feet Under" as Ted too. Judith Light and Fred Williard also deliver great performances. There are great cameos from Jason Alexander and a bunch of the "SNL" guys. The audience loved the movie, it's got more laughs than any comedy i've seen in a long time. I hope it's going to be out in theaters soon as I need to send my friends, family and therapist to go see it.
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