The Boy Downstairs

The Boy Downstairs
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Evgeniya

This was wonderful. I noice that films about women's journeys get horrid reviews, or are ignored, and this film falls into that category, with many, many, others. It's beautiful, touching, and a character study, among other things. I wish men could relate to women the way women have been ...Read more

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Nicole

Super sweet and fun love story. Love and relationships are complicated and this movie shows you that.

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Alexandra

Not horrible but not fantastic. I would put it on in the background as I fold laundry and drink wine.

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li

还真不错

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micaela

"please end" -me the whole time

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Olivia

Zodiac Mamet saved this film for me. Her energy and quirkiness carried me through.

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Jerome

Too slow!

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Cynthia

This is definitely the worst movie I have EVER seen.

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Angela

So boring that I stopped watching halfway through. At no point did I start to care about the characters and what was happening to them. I also agree that it does not resemble real life in NYC at all.

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Nancy

Too slow moving

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Maggie

Disappointing. This NY bears not even a slight resemblance to the real city. From the gorgeous brownstone apartment that a salesperson can supposedly afford to the fact that the protagonist doesn't know even one person of color. Worse yet, the storyline is so weak I don't even care what ...Read more

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Adilene

I definitely agree on the fact that there is not even at least ONE person of color on this film. I had my fingers crossed throughout the whole thing hoping for at least one colored person to show up.

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Sofia

Sweet film, but it needed more. I liked how relatable the film was, I'm all for mublecore, and I understand that life is anti-climactic and directors want to mimic that, but it just needed more. It wasn't memorable. More settings, deeper emotions, give me something to think about.

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Liam

these bourgeois assholes need to get over themselves

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NORMA

Too many dialogs with so many hmmm's, ooh's, and silences, with nothing at all to say. Frivolous comments. Confusion, indecisiveness, nothing deep, and what is worst, nothing to learn.

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sydney

Aww... sweet characters finding their way to and from each other, under the backdrop of a beautiful city. Lovely.

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Paula

Certainly a slice of life !

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Rene

Just what the doctor ordered. A sweet, funny rom-com in the greatest city in the world.

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Erin

Cute story; quite slow

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Chiedza

great story and great tempo!

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leo

not bad, remind me of me not making up my mind and breaking up with all the guys, what for? to end up alone! now too late to do what she did at the end.

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Rene

I like how the director spun it out way past the point of no return and then slowly reeled it back in.

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Phuong

Surprisingly very realistic and fantastic. I wish all love stories ended this way :(

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Rene

ha. me too.

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Frédérique

J'ai adoré ce film

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