25) Jeff, Who Lives at Home (2012) - C
What the heck did I just watch? It seemed like a movie trying way too hard to carry on the "Everything happens for a reason" motief but not being very convincing about it. I mean we focus on this guy all movie and his relationship with his brother (Who is also screwed up) and when we get to the ending, it's almost as if none of that matters because the movie goes off the rails to prove Jeff right. Also, the Camerawork was annoying, with the quick zoom ins and outs.
Despite that though, I did enjoy the performances from Helms, Segal, and even Serandon and there were a few fun moments. It was your typical Indie film, something that looks like there's an art to it but I have a hard time understanding what people see in it.
BluRay: 7 (+1)
On Demand/TV: 3