Don't Think Twice Synopsis
When a member of a popular New York City improv troupe gets a huge break, the rest of the group - all best friends - start to realize that not everyone is going to make it after all.
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Movie Reviews

By erbraddo
I'm a big fan of improve, but shouldn't a scripted movie about improv be funny? The acting was great, but the movie itself was less than entertaining. I kept waiting for the point and it never got...

Really great

By stephenfrancoeur
It's funny, sad, and bittersweet....

Such a good movie

By rdimarino2

Improv is Like Minor League Baseball

By Fourellen
I liked it. I didn't love it. Improv comedy, as i understand it, developed as a sort of training technique to help actors and comedians get better at their craft. I'm not sure it really works as...

Very Realistic Film About Life

By jpmgood198
This film is a very thoughtful story about a group of comedians who are part of an Improv group. Although the film is about comedians it could also relate to any group of friends whose lives and...

Don't Think Twice

By dilysburke
This movie was an insightful, intimate, funny, and at times sad portrait of a close-knit improv comedy troop in New York City facing the inevitable time in a comedian's life when dreams either come...

Compelling movie

By philipfaiss
This film really resonated with me. If you are not a comedic improviser in the Chicago, NY or LA scene, it's ok if you still check out this film. Essentially, it features the trials and...

Dont think twice

By ArtHouseGuy65
The harsh world these comedians live in I felt , was very toned down to the reality of what it really should be. Mike and the majority of his cast to me were just not believable in there roles. I...

Good movie

By haroldwmason
It is both funny and sad and the acting is great!...

Made me think about life

By jhbbarnes
Thoughtful and amazing...

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Rated R | For Language and Some Drug Use
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Poignant, profound dramedy deals with mature themes.
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