Streaming Video - 2010
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It's time for a major mid-term crisis in this darkly humorous and thoughtful comedy. Professor Charlie Thurber loves to teach, but can't stand all the expected publishing and politicking that goes along with the position. So when his opportunity for tenure is announced, he goes out on a limb to prove his worth, but unexpectedly finds himself falling for the very person who might replace him. It's a battle of the brains where the stakes are high and only one person can get an "A" for effort.


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Feb 25, 2017

Delightful, relaxing with a nice message at the end. All's well that ends well--especially when you love your job The wacky friend who is looking for Bigfoot is a little to out there--too bad he didn't find a real Bigfoot.

JCLJakeE May 15, 2013

A fun relaxing comedy. I'd recommend to someone looking for something simple, funny, that doesn't require a whole lot of brain power. Luke Wilson is your atypical straight man and David Koechner plays his wacky sidekick who's life's work is tracking down Bigfoot. Bigfoot is everywhere. Bob Gunton gives the one truly memorable performance as Luke Wilson's retired father, a former Princeton professor who's clearly mentally capable of taking care of himself despite the objections of Wilson's sister (Sasha Alexander) who's thrown him into senior living. Gretchen Mol plays Wilson's protagonist love interest usurping on Wilson's tenure position. It's light, it's fun, don't go in expecting much and I'm sure you'll enjoy it.

Jul 13, 2011

Nothing particular to complain or comment on. This movie didn't have much to it. Simply watching Luke Wilson get into more ridiculous situations, like any film he has made in the past 10 years.


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