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Jeff, Who Lives at Home (2012) – Short Review

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By: Staff Writer Emily Johnson

Rated: R

1 hr 23 mins

Jeff (Segel) is a 30 year old pot head living in his mother’s (Sarandon) basement and searching for his destiny.

His brother Pat (Helms) may have a steady job and a brand new Porsche, but finds himself trapped in a failing marriage and rocky relationship with his family. This film is full of plenty of laugh out loud moments and equally satisfying character journeys. Jeff, Who Lives at Home is an underrated comedy you’ve probably never heard of but you definitely don’t want to miss. (Signs is a highly recommended pre-requisite for this film.)

8.0 out of 10

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