Tumbledown

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Thursday night I was lucky enough to attend a free screening of Tumbledown. It was a super fun experience, filled with free popcorn and candy. The movie is about a woman whose husband died, and a fan/researcher wants to write a book about him and other famous musicians. Another main character is the state of Maine, specifically the views and the people. These three characters allow for an intimate and dynamic relationship to develop. After the screening, there was a Q & A with the Director and the writer. It was very interesting to hear about the creative process, and the steps they had to go through to get the film made and publicized.

If you’re looking for a quirky indie film to watch, this is definitely a good one. Rebecca Hall and Jason Sudeikis do an excellent job in this film, and really suck you into the experience with them.

Also, shout out to HelloGiggles for hosting the screening!

 

Rom Com Gold

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I realize that this post is a little late (I was still trying to figure out the kinks in my blog), but Sleeping with Other People is possibly one of the most entertaining movies I’ve seen in awhile. The writing is witty and the acting is on point. I actually could feel what they were feeling, and I wanted to keep watching. One of the things that I really enjoyed was that it wasn’t sappy; I know some romcoms tend to get sappy through out the duration of the movie. In addition, I appreciated that this movie did not drag on like some movies do; I think it was the perfect length. If you’re looking for a solid laugh, great acting, and an entertaining plot, I definitely recommend that you see Sleeping with Other People (in whatever mode of movie watching you prefer).