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

By Roger Moore
Less mopey and downbeat than TV star Zach Braff's "Garden State." But it succeeds in many of the same sweet ways and is similar enough to...
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75

San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
It's an observant and heartfelt film, with turns of dialogue that show that writer-director Josh Radnor really can write.
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70

The Hollywood Reporter

By Kirk Honeycutt
It might even live up to that title: When it ends, you wouldn't mind a bit more, please.
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70

Movieline

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Radnor is an overprotective first-time director, and the final effect is like watching a film with elbow pads, a helmet and training wheels.
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58

Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
With very little modification, the relationship woes of the six chirpy young New Yorkers in this self-absorbed indie could be reworked into...
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55

NPR

By Mark Jenkins
This is among the better Allen knockoffs of recent years, even if a few of its riffs seem hazardously off-key.
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50

Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
The movie is generic and shallow in its glimpse of the love and sex lives of a handful of young New Yorkers.
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50

Chicago Tribune

By Michael Phillips
The cast is not the limitation here. The limitation, and I found it to be a drag on this aggressively audience-pleasing indie, relates...
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40

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
That other actors - especially Akerman and Tony Hale, wonderful as a tentative couple - fare better suggests Radnor should give directing...
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38

Philadelphia Inquirer

By Carrie Rickey
A case of when bad scripts happen to good actors. Given its similarities to a bygone sitcom, one might call it "Friends" without benefits.
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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...

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...

I Liked it

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

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!...

incredible

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

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...

Happythankyoumoreplease

By jrmaldonado
Great, uplifting movie!...

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...

Happythannkyoumoreplease

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 OK for kids 16+ Indie romantic dramedy is gimmicky, but OK for older teens.
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