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A story told from the point of view of the collection of strangers grouped together at a wedding's "singles table".

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Release: Jan 20, 2017

IMDb: 1.0

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Table 19 full movie review - "Table 19" is one of the better Duplass brothers films, but that's not saying a whole lot.

Jay and Mark Duplass are brothers who are filmmakers and who started releasing features in 2005. They each produce, direct, write and act, sometimes together and sometimes separately.

Except for a couple horror movies, most of their cinematic contributions have been in the comedy-drama category. The movies on which they have worked together include, in chronological order, "The Puffy Chair", "Baghead", "Cyrus", "Jeff, Who Lives at Home", "The Do-Deca-Pentathlon", "Black Rock", "Safety Not Guaranteed", "The One I Love" and "The Skeleton Twins". Separately, their feature credits include "Adult Beginners", "Manson Family Vacation" and "The Bronze" (Jay) as well as "Your Sister's Sister", "The Lazarus Effect" and "6 Years" (Mark). And? you may not have heard of any of these movies.

Duplass brothers movies generally don't make a lot of money? but they don't cost a lot either. Not counting 2015's "The Lazarus Effect" (the only mainstream success the brothers have had as a team or as individuals), the movies listed above (the ones for which figures are available) were made for an average of just under $2.5 million and took in an average of just over $2 million. They average a rating of 6.0/10.0 on IMDb and, on Rotten Tomatoes, a critics' score of 66/100 and an audience score of 53. With respectable, but underwhelming numbers like these, it's clear that Jay and Mark are still in business due to a combination of generally positive critical reactions to their films, a loyal core fan base, attracting stars (like Marisa Tomei, Jonah Hill, Jason Segal, Aubrey Plaza, Ted Danson, Kristen Wiig, Amanda Peet, Emily Blunt, Donald Glover and Anna Kendrick) to their projects, relatively low production budgets and turning out a slightly higher number of profitable films than unprofitable ones. "Table 19" (PG-13, 1:27), their 2017 collaboration (as co-writers), is a typically Duplass-esque quirky, character-driven comedy-drama with a bit of romance ? and lives up to their reputation for small, moderately successful films.

The film's title refers to a specific table at a wedding reception ? table number 19, out of? 19. Anyone who has ever gotten married or planned a wedding knows what that means. This is the table full of people who were invited as a courtesy, but whose attendance really doesn't matter a whole lot to the bride or groom. It's the table at which Eloise McGarry (Anna Kendrick) finds herself at the wedding of? her best friend! Eloise helped plan the wedding and was supposed to be at Table 1 ? as the maid of honor! That was before she broke up with the bride's brother (and best man), Teddy (Wyatt Russell), and Teddy's new girlfriend, Nikki (Amanda Crew) took Eloise's place. Eloise comically goes back and forth on whether to go to the wedding, practically destroying the RSVP card in the process. Eventually, she does go, she says, to test herself to see if she still feels anything for Teddy. She contemplates that question from the table in the farthest corner of the reception hall? and in the company of strangers.

The other people at table 19 are quite the assortment of characters, all with very different backgrounds and very tenuous ties to the happy couple. Jo Flanagan (June Squibb) once served as nanny to the bride and best man and has an overinflated idea of her importance in their early lives. Bina and Jerry Kepp (Lisa Kudrow and Craig Robinson) are a married couple who own and operate a diner and are professionally acquainted with the father of the bride. Walter Thimble (Stephen Merchant) is nephew to the father of the bride, but spends the night humorously hiding anything else about his mysterious background. Last but not least is Renzo Eckberg (Tony Revolori), a socially awkward young man whose mother sent him to the wedding because she thought he'd have a better chance of meeting a girl there than at his junior prom. In fact, all of the people at table 19 are socially awkward to some degree ? and they all have secrets ? secrets which will emerge throughout the evening and have major repercussions for themselves, for others and for the wedding reception that they're all attending.

"Table 19" is one of the better Duplass brothers films. It's not as? strange as many of their previous efforts and it's actually funny. The characters are well-drawn, the conflicts feel real and Jeffrey Blitz' direction, combined with the game efforts of a very talented cast, bring the characters to vivid life. The premise is a little thin, but if you're interested in fun and quirky character-driven stories of the kind that would be equally at home on the stage as on the big screen, this movie may be for you. This one doesn't make up for me having to review "Adult Beginners" or "The Bronze", but it's a start. "B"

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