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Mr. Roosevelt (2017)

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After a loved one falls ill, 25 year old struggling comedian Emily Martin returns to her college town of Austin, Texas and must come to terms with her past while staying with her ex-boyfriend and his new girlfriend.

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After a loved one falls ill, 25 year old struggling comedian Emily Martin returns to her college town of Austin, Texas and must come to terms with her past while staying with her ex-boyfriend and his new girlfriend.

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We fall apart to come together

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While Emily is talking to her boss on a silver Iphone by the lake, when it cuts back to her it changed to a broken Iphone for when she throws it. See more »

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Emily Martin: Jen, am I a bad person?
Jen Morales: No. There's no way in hell you're a bad person. You're a good person... with really bad execution.
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Written by Buddy Scott & Jimmy Radcliffe
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One Immature Comedian and Her Dead Cat
19 January 2018 | by See all my reviews

"Mr. Roosevelt" is about a young woman, a struggling actress and comedian, who spends most of the film acting like a petulant teenager. I mostly get impatient with movies about adults who can't grow up, and whether or not I can tolerate them is wholly dependent on how much the person at the film's center can make me like him or her. Noel Wells, who also wrote and directed this movie, isn't hilarious, and in another mood I might have found myself irritated by her, but she was funny enough to keep me watching, and when I think back on this film I do so with fondness. It's no big deal, and it doesn't really show us anything we haven't seen before, but it has that low-key indie vibe that's easy to relax into. And I did really appreciate the protagonist's attitude about her Facebook-obsessed generation, born of equal parts envy and legitimate frustration, because they're attitudes I've felt myself.

If you go in with reasonable expectations there's a good chance you'll like this one.

Grade: A-


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