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When Drake Doremus, the director of last years hopelessly vapid Like Crazy decided to make Breathe In, a tale with endless similarities and even some shared cast (Felicity Jones), it sounded like a mistake, a way of reliving his supposed glory from the much loved but overrated Crazy. That being said, Breathe In is a completely different collection of thoughts and feelings. While still portrayed in Doremus’ naturalist style, everything feels more convincing, more plausible thanks to some wonderfully detailed ... Read full review »
oe Swanberg is known for a unique style of filmmaking and Drinking Buddies while his most expensive and star studded film yet proves no different as it concentrates on the moments between the action, the conversations that really matter in a friendship or a relationship, the stuff that means more than the fantastical. As such, Drinking Buddies is a terrific emotional drama about regret and unrequited love featuring Olivia Wilde’s best performance to date. Following the story of two brewery workers, Kate (Olivia ... Read full review »