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Running Funny (2007)

| Drama | July 2007 (USA)
Michael and Eddie are life long friends and recent college graduates who rent an "apartment garage" from Stan, a blind old war veteran. As they begin their tumultuous transition into the ... See full summary »

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Michael and Eddie are life long friends and recent college graduates who rent an "apartment garage" from Stan, a blind old war veteran. As they begin their tumultuous transition into the real world, their friendship evolves as Michael realizes that he has more in common with Stan than he does with his best friend. While Eddie is desperate to find a "real" job and get as far away from his parents as possible, Michael wishes he could go back to the house he grew up in before his parents died. It's a story about a transition we all make, one in which accepting the inevitable changes in life means you have to slow down to move ahead. Written by Anonymous

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Sometimes you have to stop running to move ahead.

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Paul Giamatti played the role of Michael Kaminski in the original stage production of "Running Funny" at the Williamstown Theater Festival in the summer of 1988. See more »

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Transitional period happens to everybody
8 May 2009 | by (i1chocolat.blogspot.com) – See all my reviews

Follow a journey of two young boys, stepping into adulthood, with confusion and uncertain as to what will happen or what will they do with their lives.

They rented an apartment to stay (even though it is obvious to everyone that the place they are staying in is actually a garage) and started living there.

While one prefer to live in the new place, the other one pines for home, to be able to see his family, and to be able to live like he did before moving to the new place.

This film is rather bland, with few jokes, and no climax or twists to make people enjoy this film. The fact that this film was available in DVDs two years back, but has ye to get any comments here, proves it.

However, if you are the type of people who enjoys watching films dealing with facts of life, of human nature, of people in general, than this is the right film for you.


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