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Photographs of Mike Birbiglia undergoing sleep assessment and of the real-life incidents portrayed in the film accompany the initial credits. See more »
I apologize for the low quality review which follows, I have no time but in regard to the reviews found here, I thought we need something more honest before people go out and watch it.
So, this is nothing you would watch in cinema.
This is more like a movie to watch on a Sunday morning when everybody is lazy and there is nothing of value to do.
The story is a bit boring, and the main character is boring too which comes surprisingly because he actually plays a comedian.
This film is listed as comedy, but we didn't have a single laugh while watching it. The whole movie is really flat, no climax or variation whatsoever. Nobody even tried to follow up to the film after we were done with it.
I am already having a tough time writing something here, as I can't remember something worth mentioning. So overall I think this says enough.
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