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Plot: Four couples meet for Sunday brunch only to discover they are stuck in a house together as the world may be about to end.
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Fantastic and funny film
I saw this today as part of the New Orleans Film Festival. It is so funny, yet I think still pretty realistic (to an extent). I believe they said it would have a limited theater release in February (the director hopes on Valentines Day because that would be so funny considering the context of the film), and he said it should release on iTunes the same day, so you can see it anywhere. I definitely cannot wait until then so I can see it again. I’d say it’s not a movie for everybody because some of the humor is a bit out there, but it’s totally my taste, and it’s not often I like comedies. The story was well written, and the characters change throughout the film, and it’s really interesting how each character handles the disaster differently, and you can really relate to at least one of them. There are even some great surprises throughout the film. I was fortunate enough to hear the director speak about his film afterwards, and he really tuned us in to some of the foreshadowing elements present, and that’s one of the reasons I want to see it again. This movie is perfect for anyone who has ever been in any sort of relationship and who doesn’t have your conventional sense of humor.
Witty, filled with knowing clichés, and the brightest dark humor you’ll find
It’s a Disaster (2012)
You might not click with this movie right away, or at all, if you don’t like the very ordinary style and very ordinary people this group of eight is meant to portray. I recognized too many of my friends, or friends of friends, in these clichéd types of people, and thought the acting and the situation very realistic.
Realistic within the bounds of a really funny somewhat absurdist comedy.
At first you have a gossipy parody of a weekend “couples brunch” where four couples converge, and have been regularly converging, to catch up and have fun. Except that secretly many of them really dread it, and there is some posing and whispering. As a viewer you enjoy the repartee, which is often pretty funny in a laugh out loud way, and you also try to figure out who is who, and whose is whose (the couples include at least one case of infidelity between them which complicates that part).
And I admit I might not have lasted an hour and half of this interplay, no matter how well performed. (To be emphasized, all eight are vivid and convincing in their own ways. It’s the core of the movie that these are believable types.)
But you won’t need patience once the huge (huge) twist comes along. It’s a classic “ship of fools” scenario, and it’s compressed into a very short space: a bunch of distinctive types of people find themselves trapped together in a crisis. That’s just the interesting starting point, because it’s how, exactly, those kind of people respond to crisis that makes it fascinating.
It works. We get to know the four or five most important people really quickly and when things shift and reactions mount–and the jokes keep flowing–you’ll be right along for the ride. Some might call this a dark comedy since the backdrop becomes exceedingly dire, but the reality of that darkness is never salient. The humor, right to the very last three seconds, is cutting and bright.
Why, quite, this isn’t a masterpiece is one of those amorphous mysteries of the movies. It lacks, I suppose, some sense of air, or of knowing-ness, or of a style that suffuses whether you quite realize it or not. Something about the very ordinariness of it all makes it wriggle in a sufficiency that keeps it from rising up, or getting really gritty. I don’t think it’s a flaw. It might even wear well over the years. But it makes some of the weaker characters and weaker lines glare just slightly.
See this? Yes! If you just hate the characters after ten minutes, you might give up. Even after the big twist about twenty minutes in the movie is very character driven. But if you sort of like their company and their humor, dive in and hang on. It’s a hoot.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 28 min (88 min), 1 hr 28 min (88 min) (USA)
Genre Comedy, Drama
Director Todd Berger
Writer Todd Berger
Actors Rachel Boston, Kevin M. Brennan, David Cross, America Ferrera
Awards 3 wins.
Production Company Vacationeer Productions
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio N/A
Camera Arri Alexa
Laboratory Hollywood DI (digital intermediate)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A