The death of one of their own reunites a group of lifelong friends who have gone their separate ways. Back together for the first time since high school, they hash out their pasts and confront what pulled them apart.
Lifelong friends stumble back home after high school when word goes out on Facebook that the most popular among them has died. Old girlfriends, boyfriends, new lovers, parents, your first dead friend - how do people deal? The reunion stirs up sticky feelings of love, longing and regret, and the novelty of forgiveness, mortality and gratitude.
good portrayal of how immature & self absorbed many young people are
I'm being kind by saying this is a good portrayal of how immature & self absorbed many young people are nowadays. if this was the aim of the movie- then they did a good job of it- but if not, it was a POOR movie.
we all die- whats the big deal about it? whats the need for all this self absorbed drama? esp the guy- he seems to be making a big deal about things that many of us simply take in our stride very frequently. if we had to deal with things the way he does, them we would all be under strong prescription medication. the movie takes itself too seriously, unlike garden State which had humour in it.
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