Hello I Must Be Going

Hello I Must Be Going
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Leigh

Insipid film with too much twee music. Disappointing because I like all of the actors in it.

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Karen

Loved it. A little predictable, but sweet. Great acting!

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S

Sweet, engaging movies. Odd to find it under comedies, because it isn't what I would call a comedy. It had a few comical cringes, but nothing that will keep you rolling in the aisles.
The chief actors were great. Believable, accessible. Very likable film.

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Rachael

I like this movie a lot, and I love Melanie Lynskey!

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Ira

Very good! Fun, engaging, funny, well acted. Good balance of upbeat and depressing. I love the music of Laura Veirs!

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Pamela

I was engaged from beginning to end and appreciated the realistic characters.

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Suzanne

poignant, well done and great performances

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PAUL

I only found out about this 'kanopy' service today so I only skimmed the movie

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Kim

Not that impressed. Music was dull, some scenes were cute but it did not emotionally hook me in any way. Seemed to be a disjointed story that was not worth the watch

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Marina

Loved this movie! Subtle and on point.

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Gabriela

I enjoyed this "feel good" movie, although it doesn't seem so at first. There is quite a bit of self discovery in more than one character.

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Angela

Pretty good. One of those, "you're not the only one going through a huge life change that has you questioning what's next?" type of film.

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Jonathan

Had no idea that was a type of film!

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Kathryn

A nice surprise.

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kate

complexity vulnerability transition redemption discovery and other good things.

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Thembi

I really enjoyed this surprising little gem. One of the best I've seen on Kanopy

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Stuart

A fairly engaging movie. Melanie Lynskey plays the role pretty well. She did drop the "f" bomb more times in this movie than I've ever heard out of one mouth before, tho!

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