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Don't Think Twice is a movie starring Keegan-Michael Key, Gillian Jacobs, and Mike Birbiglia. When a member of a popular New York City improv troupe gets a huge break, the rest of the group - all best friends - start to realize that...

Drama, Comedy
Mike Birbiglia
Keegan-Michael Key, Gillian Jacobs, Mike Birbiglia, Chris Gethard

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Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Mike Birbiglia
Writer Mike Birbiglia
Stars Keegan-Michael Key, Gillian Jacobs, Mike Birbiglia, Chris Gethard
Country USA
Also Known As Don't Think Twice 僕たちの成功, İki Kere Düşünme, O Holofote Não é Para Todos, Bühne des Lebens, A Grande Oportunidade, Place à l'impro
Runtime 1 h 32 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description When a member of a popular New York City improv troupe gets a huge break, the rest of the group - all best friends - start to realize that not everyone is going to make it after all.

Top reviews

Saturday, 04 Jul 2020 12:01

WOW this is one of the funniest movies I've seen in a while. At times I found myself chuckling out loud at the performances of the four leads. I was also impressed with the film's strong, raw and emotionally driven story. Even after watching it the first time, I wanted to watch it again immediately. When a film like this hits theaters, I always think back to one of my favorite movies of all time, "Lost In Translation", and wonder how much more could have been achieved if the director and writer had just put the same energy into their own scripts. On that note, I'd like to also comment on the terrific cinematography that was achieved by cinematographer Philip Rubel. My favorite shot in this movie was of a shot that was shot by one of the lead characters (Laura Linney) while she was about to get into the back of the car. The camera follows her from the back as she looks out at the car, which is driving away in the distance. In that shot, you can see the back of her head as she faces the camera, as she leans forward and looks out at the car. It's very striking, almost surreal. The last shot of the movie, which was definitely a key moment, was the shot of the protagonist (Jake Gyllenhaal) at the end, running from the mobsters. While this was an important moment in the story, I don't think it really warranted a shot of the entire scene. However, as the movie progresses and you begin to realize that the movie is more about the lead character and his evolving relationship with her, you begin to feel that you really are part of the movie. The story that the movie is telling you, when you begin to appreciate the characters and their struggles, is something that I think is very important. I think the movie shows a realistic situation in the real world of organized crime, and the mobsters that they are dealing with. The people that are portrayed in this movie are not just "villains", but characters that you can truly relate to. As I was watching this movie, I began to realize that not all gangsters are bad people, and I realized that I really care about the characters. This is something that I truly enjoy about movies. I love watching movies that are full of characters and stories that are really interesting. "WOW" is a really good movie. I highly recommend it to anyone who has not seen it yet, as it's not just another movie. It's something that I'd really like to see again.
Thursday, 04 Jun 2020 17:28

I went into this film knowing nothing about it other than it's a drama about a group of five women who are pushed to their limits in order to become some of the first female team managers in a male-dominated sport. What I expected were more of the women being the heroes of the film. I was shocked at how well this film was written. It was not cliche and the actors did not play stereotypes. For example, Toni Collette and Diane Keaton play mothers that have the strength and courage to fight their inner demons. Toni Collette, while playing the role of a mother who is much more vulnerable than I thought she was, pulled it off amazingly. However, Diane Keaton is one of my favorite actresses and she did a brilliant job of making a weak-willed mother the hero of the film. They play off of each other beautifully. I also loved the way that the characters talked to each other. I have heard that at least once a week on daytime talk shows. All the women were able to talk about the tough decisions they had to make in order to accomplish the goal they wanted. The main plot of the film is the battle between the women and the men. I liked that the women were willing to sacrifice themselves for their goals, but the men, though, were the ones willing to sacrifice everything for their goals. It was clear that the men didn't have the courage to do it because it would've cost them something in terms of job security or money. I think the men were afraid of losing their jobs. However, I thought the women were fearless. I thought they were the ones that carried the biggest risk in being in the position they were in. All the women gave up everything for their goal and if they didn't, they would have just given up and stopped working and left the group. It seemed like everyone wanted to be the hero and get the best out of their team. There was definitely a time in the film where a woman was the one that needed help. It was in the second act and it was very well done. When they were being interviewed, I was impressed with how the women handled the situation. They were able to take it upon themselves to help their team. All the men seemed to be capable of helping their team, but the women were more capable of it. Overall, this is a great film and I highly recommend it.

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