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It’s really another movie about post-traumatic stress, as suffered in this case by a man in his 20s, James (played by co-writer Kyle Mooney), who as a toddler was abducted by a weird couple called Ted (Mark Hamill) and April (Jane Adams), and raised in not-so-splendid isolation as their son.
The film’s title relates to the TV show that Ted created just for James.
All this is intriguing enough, if decidedly whimsical.
But of all the directions the story could go in, it takes a regrettably silly turn as James discovers that it’s now possible for him to make a movie version of Brigsby Bear.
Although he is an adult, his obsession with The Adventures of Brigsby Bear is that of a child. But after the FBI arrive at the sealed desert home where he has been held for so many years, and James is reunited with his actual parents and younger sister, he learns that nobody else on earth knows about Brigsby — except Ted and April, who are in jail, and a waitress (Kate Lyn Sheil) who was hired by Ted to play a recurring role without knowing his nefarious scheme.
She thought the show was for a Canadian cable channel.
Rating: Stronger is the second film this year to dramatise the after-effects of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.
I grew up round the corner from her, so her career has always interested me, but I wouldn’t have considered her an obvious contender for a role like this.But after the FBI arrive at the sealed desert home where he has been held for so many years, and James is reunited with his actual parents and younger sister, he learns that nobody else on earth knows about Brigsby Meanwhile, he is finding out how to survive in a society to which he has never been exposed, a learning curve written and played more for laughs than for any philosophical meaning — even though Claire Danes pops up as a psychoanalyst to inject a bit of gravitas. Brigsby Bear is a clever idea, nicely realised by first-time director Dave Mc Cary, who cut his teeth on the satirical U. television show Saturday Night Live, but I think there is a better film straining to get out. Julia Louis-Dreyfus' last day of chemo was Thursday and her 2 sons celebrated the milestone in her breast cancer battle with a video tribute ... Julia posted the vid of 20-year-old Charlie and 25-year-old Henry dancing and lip syncing to MJ's "Beat It" ...an homage to Mom kicking her chemo treatment's ass.
It is based on a memoir by Jeff Bauman (the superb Jake Gyllenhaal), who was in the finishing-line crowd to cheer his on-off girlfriend Erin Hurley (Tatiana Maslany, also terrific) when the bombs went off Bauman had both his legs amputated at the knee and became an uneasy symbol of the ‘Boston Strong’ slogan that was coined in the wake of the blasts.