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The Do Over (2014)

| Short, Comedy
Struggling to move on after his failed marriage, Alan wishes for a second chance...to win the last argument he had with his ex-wife.

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Adam Malamut ...
Alan
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Struggling to move on after his failed marriage, Alan wishes for a second chance...to win the last argument he had with his ex-wife.

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Turn back time to win an argument? I am not so sure.
25 September 2016 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

"The Do Over" is an American live action short film from two years ago. The writer and director is Rick Caplan and according to IMDb, this film is 9 minutes long. The version I saw only runs for six minutes though. A man has an argument about his wife about getting children and he is not ready for it. So he manages to turn back time and talk to her again later on under very different circumstances as he really wants to win that argument. The idea is not too bad overall for a short film, but it felt fairly absurd to me. Looking at this film's ratings here on IMDb and list inclusions at the right, I believe that many probably mistook it for the new Adam Sandler comedy. I have not see that one, but as for this one here, I would not say it's a failure, but it wasn't a particularly good or entertaining watch either. Mostly mediocre little relationship dramedy. I don#t recommend the watch.


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