When Lauren Reynolds, a beautiful girl with a painful home life, breaks it off with her drug-addict ex, Matt, she is ready to give up on dating all together. Between raising her two younger... See full summary »
Karen, a visually impaired teen (Angelina Prendergast) and her grandmother (Grace Zabriskie) make a routine visit to clean the family-owned rental property. But things become unsettling ... See full summary »
Randi is in her late thirties and going through her first divorce. Randi has become the definition of a hot mess at this point in her life. Randi runs in to her little brother's old high ... See full summary »
An experimental drama, Melanie, who was drugged and raped in college. Now ten years later, she is in an abusive relationship and has a child. A chance encounter with someone from her past leads her to re-evaluate her past.
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A guy proposing is told that he has no idea how to have a relationship. On the way to the funeral of another ex, he goes on a road trip to find out what went wrong with the 7 girlfriends in his life by contacting them.
Zach is guy for whom the party never ends. But when he meets the girl he nicknames "Crazy Eyes," the inability to have her, combined with family matters, are signs that his idle life might be due for a change.
This is a authentic & heartwarming film that sheds some much needed light on one of the many gray areas in life. The one where you're finally stable enough to fathom spawning but also finally fulfilled enough to enjoy the fruits of your life long labor (to this point) and celebrate without having to be responsible for human life... But the clock is ticking. Falling in love is the easy part and I think we've all seen enough movies about that. Charming and honest, this film is packed with obviously funny moments as well as subtle "chuckle to yourself" relatable moments that connect you to all of the characters in one way or another.. It's basically an adventure to babyland that doesn't hold back from addressing the real bummers we all face along the way, and manages to make them all seem less heavy through the ever refreshing "I've totally been there" moments. Regardless of if you have kids or not, I recommend checking this film out - it's a pleasure to watch and simply uplifting without being cheesy or sensationalized.
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