Comedy • R • 2019 • 1 hr 29 min
Duplass Bros gift an honest, low key dark comedy about two bachelors keeping life simple in their 40’s. The role was tailor made for Romano.
Heartbreaking, genuine, and one hundred percent worth it if you like slow burn indie film making.
Absolutely joyous and heart wrenching in equal measure. I ask everyone I meet where "Sand off" falls in their wish hierarchy.
Heartwarming story about friendship. ps ones dying of cancer.
Great acting and very relatable material. Well written and directed.
I kept not wanting to like this old school, sentimental movie, I tried and tried, but I couldn't help myself. It's just too good.
Intimate, funny and emotional with fantastic lead performances.
- Sadness? What’s that? (Watched this movie) - ah, ok, I get it.
21 years old and crying like a baby for almost 1 hour because of a movie... yep that's me
A great and very emotionally gripping comedy. This is now one of only three movies to ever make me tear up, would absolutely recommend.
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