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Jeff, Who Lives at Home

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    Duplass Brothers Kidnap Hollywood and The New York Times Magazine

    They call each other Dupes and keep their brotherly spirit at the fore. In a New York Times Magazine profile of the Mark and Jay Duplass, Gavin Edwards details the pair's evolution from a budget of $3 (2002's "This is John") to $40 million comedies. Their partnership is thrilling to watch (our vide...

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    Trainwreck Rising, Or Jeff, Who Is One with the Universe

    A problem — if not THE problem — with stoner comedies is that they tend to lack ambition.

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    Box Office: 'Casa' and 'Kid' Score Strong Debuts; 'Jeff' Disappoints

    In a crowded St. Patricks' Day weekend at the specialty box office, Will Ferrell's Spanish-language comedy "Casa de Mi Padre" and European import "The Kid With a Bike" had the most impressive debuts, while Mark & Jay Duplass' latest, "Jeff Who Lives at Home,&...

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    Jeff, Who Lives At Home—movie review

    When micro-indie filmmakers Jay and Mark Duplass spun their success with movies like 'The Puffy Chair' into an opportunity to work with full-scale crews and name actors, there were doubts that they could maintain their spontaneous approach and indie credibility. 'Cyrus' dispelled those feelings, and...

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    TORONTO REVIEW | The Duplass Brothers' "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" Is Secretly Better Than It Looks

    A cursory look at "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" may lead to the conclusion that it's the weakest effort from sibling directors Mark and Jay Duplass, whose improvised DIY style has rapidly elevated them to studio attention since the success of "The Puffy Chair" over half a decade ago. Having worked their...

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    "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" To Open Hamptons Film Festival

    Jay and Mark Duplass's "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" will open the Hamptons International Film Festival, it was announced today. Starring Jason Segel, Ed Helms, Judy Greer and Susan Sarandon, the film will screen at Guild Hall in East Hampton on October 13th.

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