I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With Synopsis
A struggling actor (Jeff Garlin) who lives with his mother grapples with loneliness and overeating.
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75

Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
Garlin's movie is beautiful in its own way. It also suggests that David's show would still be brilliant without the aggravation. I'm not...
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75

Chicago Tribune

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If you’re a Chicagoan, if you have just a smidgen of interest in the city’s arts scene and if you’ve been around a while, there’s no way to...
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75

Entertainment Weekly

A wry movie that, packed with his well-known friends and scored intermittently to bouncy accordion music, plays like a softer episode of...
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75

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
It is a minor movie, but a big-time minor movie...If there is such a thing as a must-see three-star movie, here it is.
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67

Austin Chronicle

By Marjorie Baumgarten
The film is visually bland and hits a few comic dead ends, but there's an element of pathos that allows us to believe in the plight of the...
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63

TV Guide

By Ken Fox
None of it really adds up to much but it's smart, low-key fun -- terrible title and dangling preposition notwithstanding.
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63

New York Daily News

By Jack Mathews
Garlin, like Oscar winner Ernest Borgnine in "Marty," is good company, even when his out-of-control eating and self-loathing threaten to...
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63

Miami Herald

By Marta Barber
Cheese is written with plenty of sophisticated wit, but it is not quite convincing as a movie.
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63

New York Post

By Lou Lumenick
Slight but charming.
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25

San Francisco Chronicle

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Garlin's directing has little pacing, and many of the borderline gags could have been salvaged with some sharper editing. And there's a...
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Cool

By nikicollazo
Looks pretty cool and funny!...

MMMM...cheese and Sara Silverman

By jparis73
Ahhh yesss, I shall review with my mental powers also. Thank you Conan O'Brien...

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Rated NR
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Iffy for 14+ Offbeat indie romantic comedy for teens and up.
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