I grew up watching the tv show, which was sort of a precursor to the horrible people being horrible sitcoms of today (Edina even worked in PR like Gretchen does on "You're the Worst"!). That's why it totally pains me to say this big screen reunion movie is not very good.
It's just not very funny. I laughed a little but overall, it was no masterpiece :(
I don't know why but for some reason this movie kept me interested despite the Piss-poor acting and badly conceived story.
There are characters introduced with no payoff whatsoever, etc. But the movie was fun. It's a fun turn your brain off sci-fi action thriller.
I could think of far less enjoyable wells to spend 81 minutes.
Production designed like a motherforker and gorgeously, eerily filmed, Ryan Gosling's much ballyhooed directorial debut "Lost River" is a masterpiece and one of the great cinematic discoveries of 2015 so far (though, to be fair, I've known of the movie for years, since it was first announced as "How to Catch a Monster").
Christina Hendricks from "Mad Men" plays a single mom who gets a job at a seedy club that is kind of like a circus of violence for…