Whatever We Do (2003)

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Twenty margaritas and 10 shots of tequila, with a few ounces of debauchery, bring four friends closer to the truth than they have been for years.

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16 June 2003 | jimmyzkeleton
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| Whatever They Do
"Whatever We Do" is actor, Kevin Connolly's directing debut, produced by 20-something star Tobey Maguire. Its a story about four friends, who after too many drinks discover more about their relationships then they ever wanted. As Kevin Connolly's first go at directing, this short film is great, its shot beautifully, making it all look very stylish and modern. Anything that this film may lack is made up with its A-class cast who all give great performances. This film has quite a quick pace for most of it and the actors manage to keep this up along with the on going humor (mostly provided by Robert Downey Jr.). The only problem with this film is that it lacks in originality, the story is the same old that we've seen before. But it is still a film worth a watch, if only for Downey's come back performance.

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