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Jeff, Who Lives at Home [Blu-ray]

Release Date: 
06/19/2012
Rated: 
MPAA: R
Star Rating: 
6 out of 10

Jeff can crash at our pad whenever he likes.


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The Pitch: A stoner obsessed with the movie Signs (Jason Segel) seeking out his destiny while helping his douchebag brother (Ed Helms) with his troubled marriage.


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What It Really Is: An effortless comedy that succeeds because it doesn’t try so hard. Unlike most indie films, this actually goes somewhere and has a resolution, which is a credit to writers/directors Jay and Mark Duplass (also responsible for the underrated comedy Cyrus). You might not like it, but it made us feel pretty damn good. Segel is ideal as the gentle giant willing to take chances even though everyone thinks he’s a flake...mainly because he is. Helms has made a career of being the sad-sack (The Office, The Hangover) but this time he gets to play a real guy who deserves some sympathy.


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Maxim.com Ready-Made Press Blurb:Home is where you’ll find the most heart-warming gem this season!” --Maxim.com


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Does Blu-ray Make a Difference? It’s a great looking movie but Blu-ray isn’t required unless you demand crystal clear close-ups of Segel and Helms.


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Special Features: Nothing except an UltraViolet digital copy of the movie.

Who’s It For: Stoners, dreamers, fans of the movie Signs

Studio: Paramount