Zac: This Is 40 is Judd Apatow’s messiest film to date, with plotless wandering, that while often funny, chooses to put its focus on its least compelling elements. [Read more...]
Charlyne Yi’s pseudo documentary drama is bound to make you smile and get caught up in the love thrown up on screen by the real life interviewees and the dramatized version of her own coupling with Michael Cera.
This documentary opens with our narrator contemplating her own ability to find love and whether she thinks she is even capable of said emotion. So here and her ever present director, friend Jake Johnson, set out to find out what love is by finding stories from around the continent that encapsulate what love is. As the filming progresses on, Charlyne runs into Michael Cera at a party and he becomes a bit infatuated with her and begins to maybe try and spark something to happen. Michael and Charlyne’s bonding starts out friendly and slowly evolves into something more and becoming a part of the documentary itself as it is a real life litmus test to see if Charlyne can fall in love. [Read more...]