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Table 19

ages 15+ | 50 % Say It's Worth Your Time

Ex-maid of honor Eloise, having been relieved of her duties after being unceremoniously dumped by the best man via text, decides to attend the wedding anyway only to find herself seated with 5 "random" guests at the dreaded Table 19.


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Genre: Comedy , Drama

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Rated PG-13 Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, sexual content, drug use, language and some brief nudity

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  • (Male) Crosswalk

    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    Some furniture is sturdy, built to last. Cheap furniture is designed for the short term until something more substantial comes along. The paper-thin Table 19 is that second kind of barely-qualified placeholder in the movie calendar, with only enough basic elements to keep it from collapsing in on itself. There are hints of meaningful ideas, but none developed enough to actually give this film legs. 2 out of 5.

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  • (Female) Movie Mom

    ages 15+ | Worth Your Time

    I know. They hate the term. But it is impossible to talk about Mark and Jay Duplass (as writers, anyway, aside from their work as actors, directors, and producers) without the dreaded term “mumblecore,” which was applied to their early microbudget work because of the improvisational, shaggy-dog, millennial-ness of their work. Traces of that remain in “Table 19,” cross-bred with a more conventional romantic comedy, and it turns out to be a welcome blend of sweet and sour. This is not the usual Jennifer/Jessica with a quippy best friend, a meet cute, and a makeover.

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Okfor ages12+