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Nods to "Hostel" and "Glengarry Glen Ross" make for a cine-literate affair further buffered by a smart cameo from erstwhile Brat Packer Andrew McCarthy. Read full review
Deadpan and a bit dopey, Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best has a shaggy charm, and the chemistry between the tuneful twosome's would-be Sal Paradise and Dean Moriarty makes up for the inevitable rock-and-roll road movie cliches.
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Although the sentiment threatens to flatten out an intriguingly nervy vibe, Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best has plenty of rhythmic charm about its responsibility-challenged strivers. Read full review
Initially, this low-budget film writes a lot of checks on the First National Bank of Whimsy, but I was astonished when none of them bounced.
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The comedy is at odds, perhaps even at war, with the gravitational downward pull of bittersweet seriousness, and the sucrose content is pretty high by the end. But it's an entertaining film. Read full review
Inner child? Open road? No, this film is actually about Mr. O'Nan and his wan, scruffy innocence. Read full review
This ode to indie legitimacy proves to be too cartoonish to feel real and not outrageous enough to be memorable. Read full review
This is strictly an amateur-hour affair. Read full review
Good fun, but O'Nan doesn't take this film nearly as far as it could go, leaving the plot and its characters somewhat two-dimensional in their obvious stereotyping. Read full review
The film has, at its source, a pool of affectations that so often constitute, or plague, American indie films--and, perhaps, American culture more generally. Read full review
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