'Jeff, Who Lives at Home' -- 3 1/2 stars

<b>R; 1:22 running time</b><br><br>
"Jeff, Who Lives at Home" could be just another quirky, abrasive and unconventional relationship comedy from the Duplass Brothers, the fellows who gave us "The Puffy Chair" and last year's "Cyrus." It starts with the assertion ¿ by Jeff (Jason Segel), the title character ¿ that "everyone and everything is interconnected in this universe." You know, he says, like that life-altering (and daft) M. Night Shyamalan movie "Signs," a film that's become Jeff's obsession. <br><br>Read the full <a href=http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/movies/sc-mov-0313-jeff-who-lives-at-home-20120314,0,4325148.story>"Jeff, Who Lives at Home" movie review</a>

R; 1:22 running time

"Jeff, Who Lives at Home" could be just another quirky, abrasive and unconventional relationship comedy from the Duplass Brothers, the fellows who gave us "The Puffy Chair" and last year's "Cyrus." It starts with the assertion ¿ by Jeff (Jason Segel), the title character ¿ that "everyone and everything is interconnected in this universe." You know, he says, like that life-altering (and daft) M. Night Shyamalan movie "Signs," a film that's become Jeff's obsession.

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