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Film Review - A Case of You


To her credit, director Kat Corio has attempted to shake things up during her short career, trying on different stories of romance and perceived personal ruin. However, her storytelling gifts rarely match her ambition, with “A Case of You” floundering in a way familiar to anyone who caught “And While We Were Here” and “Life Happens.” A romantic comedy for twentysomethings, “A Case of You” labors to conjure the panic of a love life in today’s world of social media sleuthing, aiming to put a contemporary spin on age-old romantic comedy clichés, sold by actors in desperate need of a change in scenery. Some jokes land as intended, and there’s a weirdly star-studded supporting cast, but Corio isn’t brave enough to make the movie matter, eventually submitting to painfully labored formula to land this underwhelming effort. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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