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Film Review - Made in Italy

Film Review - I Used to Go Here


Writer/director Kris Rey (formerly Kris Swanberg) had something to say about the motherhood experience in 2015’s “Unexpected,” coming up with lived-in dramedy that successfully avoided cliché. She has a little more trouble getting out of the way of predictability with “I Used to Go Here,” which tackles the quicksand feeling of failure and aging, with more emphasis on funny business. There’s a lot of charm floating around the picture, which features a fine cast skilled at making little moments matter, but the overall push of profundity is missing from the endeavor. There are laughs and some relatable moments of disappointment and heartbreak, by Rey isn’t as focused for her latest helming adventure, which has enough personality to pass, but not much else. Read the rest at


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