Are You Here
The comedy and dramatic events of 'Are you Here' that follows Steve Dallas, who work as weather reporter and his best friend, Ben Baker, who inherits a great fortune when his father died. Steve takes his best friend to live with him in the same house and Ben begins a new life after making a non-profit organization.
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August 28, 2014 In the end, Are You Here isn't quite funny enough to be a comedy, nor does it take itself seriously enough to be a drama. I would say that it's a dramedy, but the tone is so erratic that it doesn't really fit in that category either.Read in Source
February 16, 2015 Having penned various episodes for both Mad Men and The Sopranos, what Weiner manages to squeeze into an entire season he's attempted to fit into almost two hours of cinema with this particular endeavour.Read in Source
September 05, 2014 The film struggles to find a consistent tone between its attempts at broad stoner comedy, fractured family quirks and a more serious examination of mental illness.Read in Source
August 22, 2014 A comedy with no laughs. A drama disconnected from any known reality.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
August 22, 2014 "Are You Here" proves a gently immersive, ingratiating, often witty character comedy with a pair of comfortably effective lead performances.Read in Source
January 11, 2015 Wilson and Galifianakis are very much playing to type as slick charmer and manic weirdo, but the movie around them is much less predictable, veering off in strange directions and never finding a consistent tone.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
August 22, 2014 Everything about Are You Here feels like a bottom-drawer script idea that was put together too casually and carelessly.Read in Source
New York Magazine/Vulture
August 22, 2014 It's funny, clunky, earnest, and barely credible, but it's all of a piece.Read in Source
August 22, 2014 Are You Here lacks more than just the question mark that should go on its title. It lacks a point-of-view that makes sense, that feels central.Read in Source
May 29, 2016 We don't know what 'Are You Here' means, but we do know Owen Wilson is Steve Dallas, a weatherman. Or maybe a weatherman-ish boy. Or weatherboy-ish man. He needs to grow up.Read in Source
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