Apartment Troubles

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  • NR
  • 2015
  • 1 hr 18 min
  • 4.2  (594)

In the movie Apartment Troubles, Jess Weixler and Jennifer Prediger play best friends and roommates, Nicole and Olivia, respectively. The duo are struggling artists in New York City and live in a rent-controlled apartment owned by Olivia's aunt, played by Megan Mullally. The aunt is threatening to kick them out, leaving the two with no choice but to figure out a way to stay afloat.

The beginning of the movie sets up the premise of the struggling artists, as we see Nicole struggling to get a gig as a performer and Olivia struggling as a visual artist. However, as the movie progresses, their struggles become more and more absurd. For example, Olivia begins painting with her menstrual blood and Nicole decides to experiment with a raw vegan diet.

Despite their artistic struggles, the two friends have a strong bond and are determined to make it work. They attempt to come up with a scheme to pay rent, even considering throwing a party and charging admission. However, their plans quickly fall apart when they realize that Olivia's aunt has already rented out their apartment on Airbnb.

One of the highlights of Apartment Troubles is the chemistry between Jess Weixler and Jennifer Prediger. The two play off each other well and their banter feels natural and authentic. Additionally, Megan Mullally delivers a standout performance as the quirky and eccentric Aunt Kimberley.

As the movie progresses, the friends find themselves in increasingly bizarre and surreal situations. For instance, they end up staying with an elderly couple who are obsessed with immigration and a group of performance artists who make them participate in an unusual performance piece. Throughout it all, Nicole and Olivia rely on each other for support and their friendship continually proves to be the anchor that keeps them grounded.

One of the things that sets Apartment Troubles apart is its unique sense of humor. The movie is odd and quirky, but it never feels forced. There are several laugh-out-loud moments, but they are always grounded in the natural chemistry between the characters.

Overall, Apartment Troubles is a charming and offbeat movie that offers a fresh take on the struggling artist trope. The performances from Jess Weixler, Jennifer Prediger, and Megan Mullally are top-notch and the movie is a visual treat, with stunning shots of New York City. The humor is unconventional, but it is always heartfelt and authentic. Apartment Troubles is a gem of a movie that is sure to delight audiences who appreciate indie comedies.

Apartment Troubles is a 2015 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 18 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.2.

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    4.2  (594)