Juliet, Naked is the story of Annie (the long-suffering girlfriend of Duncan) and her unlikely transatlantic romance with once revered, now faded, singer-songwriter, Tucker Crowe, who also happens to be the subject of Duncan's musical obsession.
As her dreams of making it in New York are crushed by the current economic crisis, Catherine returns to her college town of Bloomington, Indiana. Here, she rediscovers the joys of nature ... See full summary »
There is a scene in the film in which Nat explains to Richard that there are in fact more Fast and Furious movies than just the first three. Richard is stunned by this news and is very excited to hear that Dwayne Johnson is on the films and that Paul Walker passed away while making the seventh one. This scene is in opposition to real life in which Jason Mantzoukas (Richard) co-hosts a podcast called "How Did This Get Made?", on which he and his co-hosts have talked about each Fast and Furious movie as they come out in theaters, with all of them saying that they haven't seen any of the films before the fifth one. See more »
A perfectly fine and totally watchable coming of age / buddy road romp / odd couple riff. Firmly a part of an era which has been / still is very unkind for comedy. Doing its best to not offend but still, somehow, against all odds, be edgy. The lead actors (Tony Revolori, Jason Mantzoukas) have great chemistry and are very good in this overall. That it feels like it's carrying the torch for a subgenre that cannot and maybe should not exist is not at all its fault. But it's impossible not to see the shortcomings as it works inside that structure.
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