Funny Ha Ha (2002)

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Marnie just graduated from college, drinks likes she's still in school, and is looking for a temporary job but a permanent boyfriend. She loves a guy who doesn't love her (?), ping-pongs ... See full summary »


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  • Kate Dollenmayer in Funny Ha Ha (2002)
  • Kate Dollenmayer and Andrew Bujalski in Funny Ha Ha (2002)
  • Andrew Bujalski in Funny Ha Ha (2002)
  • Kate Dollenmayer and Jennifer L. Schaper in Funny Ha Ha (2002)
  • Kate Dollenmayer and Andrew Bujalski in Funny Ha Ha (2002)

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30 March 2019 | ReadingFilm
Millennials had nothing to say, and they really said it.
It is the torment of the middle class sitcom thought commentary, which is endless. They are tortured by their own dystopian suburban thought loops. The leading actress is sweet how low key she is. It brings a nice, evocative lowfi feel. The unique textures, that air of the schizoid, the casting and realism. From the scattershot it emerges into this awkward creep courting her, and it's painful. She wants the ones who don't want her. He should be with no one. Mumblecore both wore its welcome and is welcome in the hyper plastic singularity today. I like a lot of the Bujalski films. I may even like this one.

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