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IN A WORLD Lake Bell

Although writer/director Lake Bell aims to construct a romantic comedy with her helming debut, “In a World,” the effort almost registers as a tribute film to the late voiceover artist, Don LaFontaine. One of the most famous voices in the history of the vocation, LaFontaine was turned into a pop culture player when his use of the titular phrase in movie trailers became the ubiquitous opener for any production needing that extra introductory punch. Bell aims to celebrate the industry and its players with the picture, which is always most confident inspecting the neuroses and power plays of the participants. The ooey-gooey material just doesn’t share the same personality. Read the rest at


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