Glasses of Water

I was going to write a quick review about Jeff, Who Lives at Home, but I decided that trying to explain the simply convoluted story about a man who’s having a existentialistic crisis at 30 and trying to make other people see how his view of the universal connectivity is incredibly relevant to their shitty jobs and messy relationships is way bigger of a challenge than I really wanna take on at 2:17 a.m. on a Sunday.

Instead, here’s the trailer. I recommend watching the full movie when you get a chance.

Unfortunately, it’s no longer on Netflix, but you can still purchase or rent it. Don’t forget to stay hydrated… That’s not relevant to the movie just more like general advice.


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Ryan T Poole is a former broadcast public relations specialist and morning show producer. His time is spent updating this blog, watching and analyzing TV and movies, reading, listening to music, taking care of his pets, and refocusing his energy into more productive outlets. He likes cold coffee, hot tea, long conversations, and obscure references.

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