Blue Jay

Synopsis: The two main characters, Jim and Amanda (Mark and Sarah) were high school sweethearts, but as time has passed they moved on with their lives and they have now become adults who have had their own different experiences along the way and now that they have reunited, we find they still have that chemistry between them. This was great casting, these two actors work really well together, normally I throw 9's and 10's all over the place These characters are so natural, so done with this earth in the sense that they live in our world, they are believable and now need an escape even if it is just for a single day. This movie focuses on just them, these two people for the entire film and I cannot thank Mark Duplass for this (he is the screenwriter) because I have not seen a film where the two main characters are the only characters, I didn't get sick of them, I did not find them boring, ever, they were very fleshed out and they felt like genuine, real people who were put in this situation and n
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Alex Lehmann
Production: Duplass Brothers
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
7.3
Metacritic:
69
Rotten Tomatoes:
93%
UNRATED
Year:
2016
80 min
$5,159
1,934 Views


It's crazy.

It's crazy. Yeah.

It's just crazy.

It's great.

Jim. What?

[Jim laughing]

It's crazy.

It's just crazy.

Would you stop it?

I am not

doing anything.

You're doing something

with your face.

I'm not

doing anything.

My face leaks.

I don't know.

But it's fine.

It's fine. It's fine.

-Good.

-Anyway.

There's a pregnant woman

waiting for her ice cream.

Oh, yes. God.

I'll walk you back

to your car.

-Okay.

-Yeah. Come on.

[Jim] Park Dental

by the way, gone.

Yeah.

[Amanda] You had a couple

of cavities filled there.

I think you had nine,

was that the record?

Would have been

more like 11.

Yeah.

That's what happens when you

have love of jelly bean...

[gasps] Jim.

There's no way.

[Jim] Oh, come on!

No, that's not possible.

[Amanda] I think it's him.

[Jim] No that's his grandson.

He was like a hundred

in high school.

That's his hat,

-I'm telling you that's his hat.

-Oh, my God!

[Jim] Wayne travels

with Wayney man.

What?

Do you think

he would remember?

I'm not sure

he's alive.

I haven't seen

him move yet.

[laughs]

No he's not

going to remember.

That was our dorky

thing that we did.

That was...

You want to put

a wager on it?

I'll bet you $100,

he doesn't remember.

A $100?

I'll bet you a $100.

[door squeaking]

-Hi Wayney.

-Hi Wayney.

Hey.

What's up?

We were wanting

to go traveling.

You're talking...

Yeah that's exactly

what I'm talking about.

Okay.

Thanks Wayney.

-Thank you, Wayney.

-Yeah.

Yeah.

I told you.

-Come on. You planted that.

-I told you!

[Amanda] I did not,

you owe me a $100.

[Jim] I don't have $100.

Well you owe me a $100.

All right.

Mexico.

Yeah, hit me.

Hit it!

What you got?

-Japan.

-Okay.

I got Brooklyn.

-Oh Germany.

-Hey Wayney!

Do you have any Zima?

[Wayney] I believe

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Mark Duplass

Mark David Duplass (born December 7, 1976) is an American film director, film producer, actor, musician, screenwriter, and author. He was a co-star of the FX television series The League. He is the brother of filmmaker Jay Duplass, and together the brothers started the film production company Duplass Brothers Productions, and have directed films such as The Puffy Chair (2005), Jeff, Who Lives at Home (2011), and The Do-Deca-Pentathlon (2012). Mark and Jay co-created the HBO television series Togetherness in 2015. more…

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