Funny Haha Review

Funny Haha
Marnie is in that limbo year after college where career and romance choices should never be held against you.

by Alan Morrison |
Published on
Release Date:

16 Mar 2007

Running Time:

90 minutes



Original Title:

Funny Haha

It’s all talk, no plot, as twentysomething Marnie (Kate Dollenmayer) treads water in terms of career and romance. She and a random collection of like-minded, surprisingly inarticulate characters stumble their way through sentences in the same way that they stumble through life. This no-budget film pays homage to John Cassavetes, but doesn’t reveal anything of much depth.

Writer-editor-director-actor Andrew Bujalski isn’t without talent, having been named Someone To Watch at the 2004 Independent Spirit Awards. But this debut — which has been kicking around the circuit since 2002 — is little more than a film-festival calling card. Less funny ha ha; more boring ho hum.

Doesn't live up to its name or it's director's promise.
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