Jeff, Who Lives at Home

If you’re not watching films by the Duplass brothers you’re really missing out.  This was a sweet indie dramedy starring the underrated Jason Segal and Ed Helms.  While I personally struggled with some of the cosmic stuff (everything I hear that everything happens for a reason I want to hang myself) I don’t believe that was really the point of the film.  The film is simple and full of heart while offering enough to make you think about life (not about the universe making changes for you, about you making changes for you).

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Movie title: Jeff, Who Lives at Home

Movie description: Dispatched from his basement room on an errand for his mother, slacker Jeff might discover his destiny (finally) when he spends the day with his brother as he tracks his possibly adulterous wife.

Date published: 2019-03-01

Director(s): Mark Duplass, Jay Duplass

Actor(s): Jason Segel, Ed Helms, Susan Sarandon, Judy Greer, Rae Dawn Chong, Joe Chrest, Lance E. Nichols, Deneen Tyler, J.D. Evermore, Steve Zissis, Evan Ross, Benjamin Brant Bickham, Lee Nguyen, Tim J. Smith, Ernest James, David Kency, Raion Hill, Zac Cino, Carol Sutton, Katie Aselton, John Neisler, Matt Malloy, Ian Hoch, Robert Larriviere, Jesse Moore, Scotty Whitehurst, Wally Crowder, Carol Jean Wells, Savanna Kinchen, Eddie Matthews, Jennifer Lafleur, Randall Kamm, Tammi Arender, Scheryl W Brown, Geraldine Glenn, Emily D. Haley, Kassidy Ison, Rahsaana Ison, Jacquelyn Twodat Jackson, Joy Kate Lawson, Laurie Lee, Lisa Mackel Smith, Lauren Rae Sullivan, Cindy Williamson

Genre: Drama, Comedy

My Review

If you’re not watching films by the Duplass brothers you’re really missing out.  This was a sweet indie dramedy starring the underrated Jason Segal and Ed Helms.  While I personally struggled with some of the cosmic stuff (everything I hear that everything happens for a reason I want to hang myself) I don’t believe that was really the point of the film.  The film is simple and full of heart while offering enough to make you think about life (not about the universe making changes for you, about you making changes for you).

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