Wednesday, March 3, 2021

An American Pickle, 2020

 First viewing, on the plane ride home.

The photo for this poster was taken with an antique camera

Another one of those movies I picked for the time length, perfect for flying between Phoenix and San Francisco, and also I liked the poster. Never seen any Seth Rogen but heard his name out there a lot. Didn’t know what to expect from this but I liked it so much even the cavernous plot holes didn’t bother me. A sweet story about a man preserved in a vat of pickles for hundred years and the family he finds in modern-day New York City, with a clever and well-done use of a dual role. By far the most recent film I’ve seen this year. Watch it if you’re looking for something easy.

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