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  • 'While We're Young' mines laughs, clichés from generational discord

    Writer-director Noah Baumbach ("The Squid and the Whale," "Frances Ha") has made a career out of stories about fussy New Yorkers fretting about their lives in ways that are meant to feel so real as to be uncomfortable. In "While We're Young," the thoughtful concept of an unpredictable indie gradually gives way to romantic-comedy cliché territory, complete with mistaken identities and last-minute speeches.
  • Writer-director Noah Baumbach on youth, old age and hats

    Writer-director Noah Baumbach on youth, old age and hats
    It's not a movie about hats, but writer-director Noah Baumbach's latest comedy, "While We're Young," occasionally becomes one anyway. The sight of compact, hunchy Ben Stiller and hipster beanpole Adam Driver in the same frame, wearing retro-hip fedoras,...

    Review: 'While We're Young'

    Review: 'While We're Young'
    The vantage point of middle age is delightfully cruel, affording a clear view of the generation of hotshots coming up on the rail from behind and the generation of long-distance thoroughbreds five lengths ahead. The opportunities for angst are limitless....

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    Now showing: 'Suffering for their art' films like 'Birdman' and 'Whiplash'

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