'The Overnight' Review
The dinner winds down and when their kids head to bed things start to get weird. Alex and Emily stick it out because they've finally made friends and they don't want to screw that up.
The film is an oddball comedy that gets so out there you can't help but laugh at the eccentricity. It certainly won't be for everybody, but if you enjoy campy, indie films then this is for you.
The performances in it are great, and you can feel that the group had genuine chemistry. Everyone played their role to perfection, and created intricate, interesting characters that had you wanting more.
A fun, summer, date-night movie for you and your significant other, as long as both of you are okay with absolute absurdity.