Funny Ha Ha

Funny Ha Ha
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Anonymous picture

makes me feel better about how wierd it can be with people,ummmm thought it was always me sometimes I thought it was ageism. In this film everyone is young and wierd with everyone and no one connects. HAHA funny.

Anonymous picture

I wish I read the comments first; this was a waste I stopped after 25 min

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The series of uncomfortable conversations and blown chances that comprise Funny Ha Ha accidentally became representative of a new movement in american indie filmmaking. Ha Ha’s director, Andrew Bujalski, the supposed 'godfather of Mumblecore' wanted no more to take responsibility than any of ...Read more

Jack avatar

Interesting analysis. Glad to have read it.

Anonymous picture

Nice, Russ.

Anonymous picture

It was OK but nothing exciting. I kept waiting for something interesting to happen and the movie ended.

Anonymous picture

Proof that even 'indie' films can be as vacuous and uninteresting as big blockbusters.

Anonymous picture

Boring. Total waste of time. 10 min of this was 10 min too many.

Anonymous picture

Pathetic soap opera re-barf. How can I give this no stars or piles of caca?

Anonymous picture

so awful. wish i read the reviews before wasting a credit.

Anonymous picture

terrible and awkward! the whole movie is just awkward social interactions.

Anonymous picture

wasting time...

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