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JR has broken up with her professor. She enlists her nervous and obnoxious younger brother Colin to take a short road trip in order to help move out her belongings. They bicker and fight, with one another and pretty much anybody they encounter, before being brought to a place of togetherness and understanding as a result of being pushed away by everybody in their lives except one another.Written by
You're not qualified to teach; you're barely qualified to learn.
Arrgh, thanks I guess.
I don't know I mean it just felt like it's something that I could do. It's something that I don't have to struggle in. It just seems like an option. But
Yeah, but then what you're like teach for 10 years and then what? What're you gonna do then?
I don't know you could just fuck your young students and promise them jobs.
Argh, shut up.
Oh, I'm sorry. I'm in no position to judge.
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Doesn't this movie get any points for being funny?
All of the vicious criticisms of this movie - it's indie mumblecore narcissist hipster preciousness shot on a micro-budget, starring a guy who's a cross between the poor man's Woody Allen and the poor man's Michael Cera - are fair enough. The Color Wheel definitely is the abomination I just described.
But it's really funny! The shapeless plot and the half-assed characterizations somehow work to the movie's benefit; it has a silly unpredictability, and the dialogue is peppered with a million dumb jokes. I scowled at this movie for about ten minutes, and then I grudgingly started having a good time.
By the way, I actually like the aesthetic; it reminds me of Mala Noche, In the Soup, and some early Jim Jarmusch movies.
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