The Argument, a comedy of manners from director Robert Schwartzman (The Unicorn) and screenwriter Zac Stanford (The Chumscrubber), proves that sometimes a movie has to sink low in order to come out on top.
Babysplitters centers on one man’s reluctance to commit to fatherhood. Ironically, the film itself doesn’t commit to its awkward humour or its exploration of unconventional families.
By: Addison Wylie Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant is a vehicle made for Glenn Howerton (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia). The leading role, however, has been given to Royal Pains’ Mark Feuerstein, who commits to the dopey womanizing role but is far too driven to drill in each punchline. In Feuerstein’s defence, the actor is only following Sam Friedlander’s untamed filmmaking. The film deals with a lead character who is unfamiliar to his arrogance because he’s too…