‘The Get Together’ Throws a Party Even Shakey Graves Can’t Save
Party movies always try to be about more than a party. Like one of the genre’s most famous entries, Dazed and Confused, they usually feature adolescents on the precipice of early adulthood. The Get Together, the latest from Texan filmmaker Will Bakke and his cowriter Michael B. Allen, and now available for streaming, centers on a quintessentially modern phenomenon: college graduates caught somewhere between adolescence and adulthood and looking for a distraction from their jobs, roommates, and changing relationships. The Get Together offers a glimpse of the joys and pains of becoming an adult, but it doesn’t dig deep enough. Filmed during the summer of 2019 in Austin, it features an ensemble of lesser-known and first-time Texan actors rounded out by a couple of hometown heroes.…View Original Post
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