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  • Summary: Douchebag begins as Sam is just a few days away from marrying Steph his lovely live-fiancee. As final preparations are underway , Steph remains uncomfortable with the fact that Sam's only sibling, Tom, is not coming to the wedding. When she decides to surprises Sam by picking up Tom and driving him down him down for the event, the two men suddenly find themselves under the same roof, forced to confront whatever it was that drove them apart in the first place. Since Tom has no date for the wedding, Sam decides they should hit the road to find Tom's former flame, Mary Barger. The problem is, he hasn't seen her since the fifth grade. With little more than Google and a full gas tank to guide them, the two brothers set off on a road trip that begins as Tom's search for his old girlfriend but ends as Sam's search for a final taste of freedom before settling down for good. (Paladin Pictures) Expand
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  1. It's a minimalist "Sideways," not so much mumblecore as talkycore.
  2. Reviewed by: Ella Taylor
    Douchebag has the intensity and taut circularity of a short story told with economy and style.
  3. Reviewed by: Steven Rea
    Oct 28, 2010
    Mostly, Doremus' movie rings true, as some truly jerky behavior ensues.
  4. 58
    At 70 minutes, Douchebag feels both rushed and way too slack, but the bigger problem is that the kind of characters and humor this movie traffics in can be found in a more compact, amusing package on the average FX show.
  5. Reviewed by: Amy Biancolli
    Oct 21, 2010
    The title promises a film that never really materializes: something nastier, smellier, more nihilistic than the skittish morality tale at hand.
  6. 50
    A black comedy lacking somewhat in both blackness and comedy-isn't a bad film, exactly, but it is undistinguished, in the sense that its ideas and emotional payloads are both safe and small.
  7. 40
    The title may be mildly provocative in its vulgarity, but the most striking feature of this movie is its dullness.

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