TOP FINDS IN ' Success Comes With  its Own Baggage' FILMS

Don't Think Twice

Written & Directed by Mike Birbiglia

What's it about?

When a member of a popular New York City improv troupe gets a huge break, the rest of the group - all best friends - start to realize that not everyone is going to make it after all.

Why You Should Watch this film?

...because this film will give you more appreciation for actors and comedians as you begin to understand that being funny isn't a fun business.

 

...because it's a comedy that isn't dumb or slapstick.  It gives you the best mixed of emotions happiness as you belly laugh and empathy when you find yourself connected to the characters.

...because you're watching improv within a film about improv.  It's like you're unraveling a Russian doll only to end up finding what you are looking for.  

What Others are Saying!!

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"...it's hilarious.  It's real.  It's different.  It's worth watching..."

"...Just being a person in every day life we deal with people who rise higher than us. This is a film that show us we all have our strengths and our weaknesses, and it's okay to embrace who we are; even if we're not all destined for greatness..." -Derek Austin Sebaty

Sorry to Bother You

Written & Directed by Boots Riley

What's it about?

In an alternate present-day version of Oakland, telemarketer Cassius Green discovers a magical key to professional success, propelling him into a universe of greed.

Why You Should Watch this film?

...because the film is awesomely absurd and in that way shows that life itself is even more absurd.

 

...because  it's satire at its best.

  

What Others are Saying!!

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"...I love how this movie represented what so many of us are forced to do- pretend we're white or make cold calls via telephone- knowing it pisses each other off in society.  Yet, the main characters finds a loop hole in the system and rebels.  This movie was medicine for the frustrations I live every day."

A Futile & Stupid Gesture

Directed by  David Wain

What's it about?

In the 1970s and '80s, National Lampoon's success and influence creates a new media empire overseen in part by the brilliant and troubled Douglas Kenney.

Why You Should Watch this film?

...because who doesn't want to know the story of National Lampoon's success, and in case you are one of those that don't care, well you still love the success story about making it big.

 

 

What Others are Saying!!

"Brilliantly written. Perfectly orchestrated. Wonderfully acted. A great tribute to Douglas Kenney." -Arda Acuner

"...If you like the classic comedies of the '80s, then you'll love this film as it sends you down memory lane while enlightening with secrets of the past."

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