Three sentence movie reviews: the Skeleton Twins

This was the perfect combination of funny/sad and both actors were excellent in their performances.*  While I could have done with another lip-synching choice** I still appreciated the camraderie of the estranged brother-sister.  And the pain felt very realistic, which is not as common in movies as one would think.

Cost: $3.00
Where watched: Laurelhurst with S. North.

*props to Luke Wilson too, who played affible goofy/odd husband like a champ.
**because I can’t stand Starship

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2 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: the Skeleton Twins”

  1. I it interesting to think about how their SNL relationship and personal friendship may have shaped this movie. It seems like a slightly different role for both of them. Definitely on my viewing list.

  2. This movie looked like it had a lot of promise from the preview I saw. In my opinion, family dynamics aren’t particularly easy to capture onscreen. When you see one that does it really well, it’s definitely a treat.

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