The self-deprecating/ironically inane banter gets old, and it’s as formulaic a rom-com as can be. But it’s well-executed and charming and so watchable. Adam Driver & Mackenzie Davis steal the show.
A remake that has no reason to exist and has cheap TV-movie dourness to it. There is some fun casting, though.
A play adaptation with one really good scene (Zoe Kazan) and several meh scenes. I love Adam Brody, but Seth Cohen is not nearly chilly and manipulative enough for the role.
Adam Scott-led, deeply uncomfortable probing of marital and masculine insecurity, that is also a bizarre sex comedy and quasi-mumblecore. Not sure if I hate it or love it, tilting the latter.
Despite a couple of compelling visuals and character designs, the story is bland and slow, and the humor (literally and figuratively) lands with a fart.
Maybe I’m burnt out on time loops, but this teen romance iteration failed to grip me. There are some inspired ideas, like a post-Groundhog Day view of time loops and an ending that pays off. Nearly good; not quite.
A re-envisioned time loop movie with duelling realities. A very satisfying story whose character development, acting, and plot mechanics outpace its philosophical/alternate reality ending
The most quotable comedy of my young adulthood. Unmatched cast chemistry. A tapestry of dick jokes with an undercurrent of homoerotic best friend love. Not for all tastes, but a masterpiece.
There are no words to describe my love of this film.
This movie checks just about every “Dan’s gonna love it” box, so maybe take this rating with a grain of salt.