It Happened in L.A. (2017)

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In this classically styled comedy of manners set in Los Angeles, sophisticated thirtysomethings try to determine whether ideal happiness exists in coupledom or if the perfectly suited couple is actually just an urban myth.


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  • Michelle Morgan and Dree Hemingway in It Happened in L.A. (2017)
  • Actress Angela Trimbur attends the "L.A Times" premiere at Sundance 2017
  • Taylor Hook in It Happened in L.A. (2017)
  • Adam Shapiro with Ryland Aldrich (Producer) on the set of It Happened in LA (2018)
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26 January 2017 | paulbrightguy
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| Plenty of laughs in this Hollywood satire
LA TIMES is a very funny millennial movie about dating and marriage in the city of bright lights by writer/director/lead actor Michelle Morgan. She and her talented ensemble punch up a modern comedy with laugh-out-loud dialogue and situations while satirizing the facetiousness of Hollywood. A number of jokes about the entertainment industry kept the indie film guys in the row behind me at Sundance laughing throughout the movie. Lots of sexual situations and pot smoking so probably not a great movie for religious fundamentalists. Fortunately, none present in the audience to spoil the fun. A social comedy that examines the need for meaningful partnership in a world of fuzzy morality and superficial values. Good fun.

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