Everything's Gone Green Synopsis
A lovable slacker (Paulo Costanzo) becomes part of a money-laundering scheme.
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75

The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Jennie Punter
Everything's Gone Green is the second feature directed by Paul Fox (The Dark Hours), who maintains an energetic, lighthearted tone...
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75

Chicago Tribune

By Michael Wilmington
A romantic comedy/social satire that, on a modest budget, manages to be hip, charming, funny and dressed to kill.
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75

Entertainment Weekly

The story -- is slight, but an appealing cast and lots of scenic leafery make Green feel fresh.
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63

Premiere

By Jessica Letkemann
Green, the first feature Coupland's written, doesn't really make any innovations to the Almost 30-Underachievers genre, but it's an...
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50

Film Threat

By Pete Vonder Haar
It's a bit of a shaky first screenwriting effort for Coupland, but not without its charms.
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50

Austin Chronicle

By Marrit Ingman
On the plus side, Costanzo is an appealing and likable young actor who carries the film easily; he gives the impression that he is thinking...
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50

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
The dialogue does have Coupland's characteristic snap, but like its mellow hero, the movie takes the easy route just a little too often.
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50

Wall Street Journal

By Joe Morgenstern
This is Coupland's first screenplay, and it shows -- in a cheerfully discursive quality, but also in a reliance on gestures, contrivance...
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50

Boston Globe

By Ty Burr
It's a charming disappointment that retains the elements that make the writer's novels so good without ever bending them into cinematic...
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38

New York Post

By Kyle Smith
Some ideas are auto-stolen (from Coupland's last novel, "JPod"), but those quirky atmospherics aren't enough to sustain a largely plotless...
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Rated R | For some language, sexual material and drug content
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Common Sense Media says Iffy for 15+ Slacker comedy mixes marijuana and satire.
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