Jimmy Brown is thirty and single. He has just come home from a failed life in New York City and thinks his life is over. After returning to Pasadena from a stalled career in the New York art scene, and a disastrous break-up, Jimmy finds himself right back where he started. Now he is living in his Parent s house and working in the Comic Book shop that he left behind over ten years ago. His co-workers, childhood buddies Lyman and Sack, have never left the security of the shop that they now co-own. Experts of pop culture and masters of their universe, Lyman and Sack are all too happy to let a dejected Jimmy back into the circle of dorks that he was a part of for so long. Desperate to revive his career and fearing that he will fall back into his old life, Jimmy keeps Lyman and Sack and anything else from his past at arms length. But when Alison Brew, Jimmy's high school crush comes back into his life, he ll need to remember the mistakes from his past to get the girl who got away
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Justin O (kr) wrote: Michael Jordan didn't endorse this movie in any way, and it's not hard to see why.
Don S (ru) wrote: Fairly average thriller in which it's not too difficult to figure out where the story is going before it gets there. The acting was very good and the diagloue flows well. Judd and Freeman have done a better movie together, but this is worth your time as long as your expectations are not too high. You wrote this on 7/19/08.
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Parul G (es) wrote: I have seen it....and wish to see it again and again...Nice one.
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