I recently reviewed Passenger Side for Flick Feast. It’s an enjoyable comedy that slipped under the radar on it’s theatrical release. Adam Scott is on top form following on from memorable turns in Step Brothers and Knocked Up and roles in top US TV comedies Party Down and Parks and Recreation. He shows previously untapped depths here mind you mixing laid-back comedy with troubled brotherly love:
This heartfelt and funny American Indie film slipped under the radar on its theatrical release, but will hopefully find its home on DVD. Made by hotly tipped young filmmaker Matt Bissonnette, it charts a day in the company of two brothers who embark on a road trip across LA County in order to seek out one of their lost loves. Driving the car is Michael; a sarcastic and guarded writer who is guilt-tripped into chauffeuring his brother Tobey, a recovering drug addict, across town.
You can read the full review here:
Flick Feast : Passenger Side