- Summary: Fearlessly following one couple's descent from the giddy high of new love into the inevitable mire of everyday routine, Flannel Pajamas is that rare film that dares to feature characters as endearing and messy as those that inhabit our real lives. (Gigantic Pictures)
- Director: Jeff Lipsky
- Genre(s): Romance
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JerryM.10"One of the wisest films I can remember about love and human intimacy. I will not forget it." Roger Ebert That about says it all.
GregoryM.2This movie is a DOWNER. The charachters are boring, sad, fickle people, and the filim never offers any real insights into their relationship. This is a cold movie and it will leave you dissatisfied, in a bad mood, and $10 worse for the wear.… Expand
EvieB.2Wow, this movie was really boring. And it irritated me that the seasons never changed. When they went to Montana for Christmas, the leaves were just turning. When they got married in June, the leves were just turning. Bad art direction.… Expand
drewH.1This is going on the very bottom shelf. If you believe the failures of marriage are best expressed in a masochistic, tedious two hours full of unbelievably self-involved individuals who lack the humor and self-awareness to be relatable, then this is the torture rod for you. Maybe stereotypical "Neurotic New Yorkers" (as in the roughly two percent of the city that actually lives in posh 36 floor Tribeca flats) feels this way about marriage but that species is by all accounts, insane. That and the dialog is incredulous and the acting doesn't get around it. So many loose ends are never developed... like did the mother have Alzheimer's or what? This movie needs to be beaten with a humor stick and so does the scriptwriter's face. Mercilessly.… Expand