A Los Angeles family lets a really pretty girl into their house for an elongated visit, and infidelity and other troubles ensue. This is the latest from co-writer Lena Dunham, who penned and directed the very good Tiny Furniture
. While the movie has some tasty visuals and a dreamy soundtrack, the story doesn’t quite cut it. In fact, it’s quite predictable and boring. The pretty girl is Martine (Olivia Thirlby), a supposed artist who is looking to finish her art film with the help of freelance sound-engineer Peter (John Krasinski). This is one of those films that presents an “artist” who is supposed to be very talented, but the film she’s working on is stupid. It’s just black-and-white footage of bugs that is meant to be “deep.” Well, it’s not. Good music and nice visuals aside, this feels like a movie that has been done before—and done better.
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'Nobody Walks' doesn't break any new ground as a tale of Southern California infidelity