“Don’t Think Twice” is a deeply sincere and literate coming-of-age story
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Yes, the trials of the stand-up and improv-classes have been as thoroughly documented as those of New York City prep school students in the '90s.Everything starts to fall apart when Jack gets the coveted gig.Life is lonely for Jack, who continues to try to do right by his friends even as he navigates the precarious world of newfound fame, often with disastrous results.There are comedic moments, sure, most of them born out of awkwardness and not the improv scenes, which fall into the trap of far too many performance films by showing overly delighted audience members too often.Instead, it's a deeply sincere and literate coming-of-age tale about a group of charming-enough people who should have probably taken care of that by now.
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