Happythankyoumoreplease Synopsis
Young New Yorkers steer through a rocky course of careers and personal relationships.
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Movie Reviews

cute movie about NYC

By annieg917
Lots of movies in NYC are so far fetched-like 20/30 somethings live this ridiculously lavish lifestyle. This is a fun, indie which i'd say (somewhat) accurately portrays dating/living in NYC. they...

Go into it without cynicism and it's a happy, fun movie; worth seeing.

By houseofd
I really enjoyed this film and I'm glad I saw it. Josh Radnor has said that he wants to contribute positivity rather than negative, cynical fare, and I think he accomplished what he set out to...

Sweet Film

By egee33
This is a very contemporary and ultimately sweet film about interlocking relationships, featureing excellent performances by a well-chosen cast. The direction by star-writer Josh Radnor is...

I Liked it

By lg1005
Good first film for Josh Radnor. Relatable characters...great soundtrack...and of course loved the NYC backdrop!...

good flick

By jlisereau
I didn't love it, I didn't hate it. I had fairly lukewarm expectations and it met those. I certainly recommend seeing it but if you're hell-bent on saving the cash and waiting for the DVD release, I...


By jrmaldonado
Great, uplifting movie!...


By brucewleong
reminds me of New York I love you, but better, visually impressive, funny but not cheesy and above a great great acting....

Josh Radnor. WOW. Ted Mosby!

By jenbbohbboh
This is a good feel movie with Josh Radnor who wrote, directed, and starred in this sundance movie. HAPPY THANK YOU MORE PLEASE! <3 and wonderful actors and actresses!...

Such a fun movie - especially for those in their mid-late 20's/early 30's living in NYC

By mebepin
Since I fit that category - mid 20's, living in NYC, looking for the right person: this movie was amazing. It spoke to me because even if you have someone or don't have someone, it's hard for everyone...


By Jbp1948
A bit slow, but very capturing....

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Rated R | For Language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Indie romantic dramedy is gimmicky, but OK for older teens.
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