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Film Review - A Happening of Monumental Proportions


After commanding a career that’s largely gravitated toward playing best friends, bitter rivals, and plenty of sarcastic types, actress Judy Greer makes a move toward direction with her helming debut, “A Happening of Monumental Proportions.” Sparking to something in Gary Lundy’s screenplay, Greer makes an important career transition for the dark comedy, and she comes up with a picture that’s largely ineffective but not without some charms. To help the cause, Greer calls in numerous favors to stock the ensemble with famous faces, and the star power doesn’t hurt. It’s the storytelling that could use more attention, finding Greer distracted by quirk, trying to make something cutesy when focus is needed on the construction of subplots, most of which never truly follow through on any sort of closure.  Read the rest at


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