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A Better You (2014)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 15 November 2014 (USA)
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A hypno-therapist in midlife crisis must tackle his own personal challenges before helping others and getting joint custody of his kids.

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Matt Walsh
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Credited cast:
Zach Black Zach Black ... Mohawk
Owen Burke Owen Burke ... Hugo's Friend
Nicole Byer ... Neighbor
Parvesh Cheena ... Neighbor
Andrew Daly ... Neighbor
Cathy Eller Cathy Eller ... Hardware Store Customer
Joe Gaer Joe Gaer ... Neighbor
Mo Gaffney ... Female Writer
Joe Hardesty ... Margo's Boyfriend
Erinn Hayes ... Lindsay
Rob Huebel ... Coach
Brian Huskey ... Ron
Natalie Jane Natalie Jane ... Gaia
Nick Kroll ... Stuttering Artist
Natasha Leggero ... Tamara
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A hypno-therapist in midlife crisis must tackle his own personal challenges before helping others and getting joint custody of his kids.

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Comedy

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Not Rated
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USA

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English

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15 November 2014 (USA) See more »

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Badlands Features See more »
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Terrific example of Indie Filmmaking
2 January 2016 | by shop-18259See all my reviews

"A Better You" is a sweet and funny story about a well-meaning self-help guru that's probably not as bright as he should be. It has a panoply of somewhat quirky but recognizable characters both well-acted and well-written with just the right amount of conflict and dissonance to carry the story along. Walsh and Huskey succeed without stereotyping which isn't always an easy thing to do in filmmaking and along with the main characters, we move through their relationships as they attempt to navigate what could be described for most of us as "regular life." There are more than a few sincere and realistic moments in this film, all of which are deftly handled by Walsh and crew and never feel contrived. "A Better You" is a terrific example of indie filmmaking; highly-recommended.


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