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The Evolution of Andrew Andrews (2012)

| Comedy | 2012 (USA)
30-year-old Andrew Andrews has never had a friend, unless a 3 foot rubber alien doll counts. In his quest to be a somebody, this clueless "man child" ruins a full length feature film in one... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Andrew Andrews
Olivia Hammond
Lee J. Razalan ...
Leo Pinpin / Dawg
Tim Holtwick ...
Hank Weinberg
Krista Ryan ...
Lovie Weinberg
Francis Castagnetti ...
Sima Kostov ...
Jody Kenney ...
Shawna Hogan ...
Make-up Artist
Boom Operator
Jay Bird ...


30-year-old Andrew Andrews has never had a friend, unless a 3 foot rubber alien doll counts. In his quest to be a somebody, this clueless "man child" ruins a full length feature film in one morning. When his studio mogul father exiles him from his cushy womb, Andrew must fend for himself for the first time in his life. Is it too late for Andrew to learn how to make friends, make money and even make love? Or are some grown-ups children forever? This heartwarming, oddball comedy takes you through the pains of "growing up" one laugh at a time. Written by Anonymous

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Some awaken their inner child. Others need to put it to sleep.



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5 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was fortunate enough to catch an earlier screening of this charming little gem at a film festival. Undoubtedly a labor of love – since both the male and female main characters wrote, produced, directed and acted in the film as well as everything else (hey, did they make their own costumes and sets too? Probably!! The talent is obviously there!) – it is the love shining through the laughter than keeps the film moving. The humor is broadly drawn and some of the subplot probably makes more sense to those familiar with the oddities of film making in Hollywood. But even without insider knowledge, this is a funny movie. The absurd coming of age storyline of Andrew is knee-jerk hilarious and showcases the range and versatility of a gifted comedic actor willing to literally do anything to get his point across. Andrew - the little boy in a man's body - embodies all the innocence, wonderment and also all the irritating questioning of your average 4-year-old. His unlikely love interest, Olivia, grounds the film quietly and securely, delivering a luminous nuanced performance. Olivia's character connects with practically any woman who understands that love sometimes means holding the kite string of reality while her man bounces around in the air like a helium-filled balloon. In one pivotal scene, where Olivia is trying to decide whether to listen to her head or her heart, you can literally see the wheels whirring in the depths of those big expressive eyes as she contemplates …"Is this guy worth it?" Fortunately for Andrew – and for the audience – the answer is a resounding "Yes!" See this movie. You will laugh. You will gasp. You will grin. You will feel your heart flutter. You will find yourself remembering certain comedic bits long afterward. And you will certainly not regret it.

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