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Drama, Comedy
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Michael Stephenson


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Stacy Keach as Gundy
Radek Lord as Peabody
Alex Karpovsky as Styvesan
Kevin O'Grady as Detective Miller
Natasha Lyonne as Mrs. Taft
Tucker Smallwood as Governor Speakman
Nate Mooney as Warez
Rich Sommer as Buddy
June Diane Raphael as Karen Lamb
Andy Richter as Harold Lamb
Stephanie Courtney as Cathy Gile
Girlfriend's Day Storyline: In a city where greeting card writers are celebrated like movie stars, Romance writer Ray used to be the king. In trying to recapture the feelings that once made him the greatest, he gets entangled in a web of murder and deceit as writers vie to create the perfect card for a new holiday: Girlfriend's Day.
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Short but sweet
This is really short, almost to a degree where I was thinking if the running time indicates this to be a TV show. It isn't, it's a feature length that just is way shorter than the 90 minutes we are used to. And it's not a bad thing, quite the opposite. Odenkirk is really something, the way he portrays the character of his ... just amazing and really grabbing the attention of the viewer.

Having said that, the script is as quirky as it can get. You have quite a few actors you may know if you watch the odd movie or two (or a hundred). Also some TV shows, like Mad Men. The humor is dry and awkward at times, which is something you must like otherwise you might have issues with the movie itself. So you are warned or let's say prepared for what is ahead. It's fun, it's short and it is entertaining. I really had a good time, flaws and all.
Weird Sexism Abounds
First, Amber Tamblin plays a love interest for Odenkirk, even though he's TWENTY YEARS OLDER than she is. Silly me. I thought she was playing his daughter. Their scenes together are kiddie porn with clothes. (And, of course, a female child is hostage fodder later in the show. When will Hollyweird get the message that children don't exist for men to use -- even as artistic devices?)

Second, there's a weird as hell voice over on a fake historical film by misogynist extraordinaire David Lynch. We now know, from the Twin Peaks reboot, that any pretensions of story or "art" throughout his career were there solely as misogyny delivery devices. He did a series about a blond kid being raped and raped and raped and beaten and raped and murdered solely because it got him off. And, now, he gets to show naked women surrounded by clothed men who get raped and beaten and raped and beaten and murdered. And, this is the guy you call in to do a (yawn...) "ironic" voice-over on your "rom com?"

I have been a fan of Better Call Saul, but right now, I may not even bother to watch the third season because I won't be able to get this movie and its sexism out of my head.

I packed it after maybe 10 minutes. This writer of greeting cards loses his job, and apparently starts another similar job for higher stakes.

Before we get to that, however, there is a bizarre scene wherein our man hears moaning from another room, and enters to find a giant but hostile owl-like creature 'involved' with an unseen female. huh? Too rich for my blood. Click! No, I don't want to know what this was supposed to be, or what it symbolized (I think it was some kind of dream sequence). So, don't write me an explanation. I ain't interested. I am not into weird. Enter at own risk.
What Saul Goodman did before Law School
This could have been the prequel to Better Call Saul which, of course, is the prequel to Breaking Bad. For better or for worse I like the fact that there is a market for these little pieces because we definitely need a bridge between a full feature film and a series. I had said many times that what is wrong with most movies and series is that they have no idea about how much time they need to tell their story. A film needs to go 90 minutes and most can't entertain for that long (if they entertain at all). Most series have the idea of going on and on until the viewers start throwing rotten fruit at the screen. Are you really trying to tell me that you need seven seasons to tell a story about zombies? This went an hour and five minutes which was about perfect to tell this odd little tale.
A nice little absurdity
Some will indulge the weirdness, others won't. But if you bail you'll be missing out on a nice little absurdity. It's not exactly laugh-out- loud funny, but it does have its moments, and the cast mostly seems to go along with the idea, playing it mostly as a deadpan film-noir parody. If you think of it that way, it all might fall into place. Odenkirk's world-weary greeting card writer frequenting a card-writer's bar is just a small example. Again, the oddness will put off some people, which is understandable. The narrative, if taken at face value is just as laughable as many other thrillers, but because it's being self-conscious, it has the charm of self-deprecating irony. It can get self-indulgent with how much it falls into this area, and it really has to work to get over its Saturday-Night-Live style setting but I think that's part of the point -- and it does get over itself quite well. And the fact that I'm in love with Amber Tamblyn has nothing to do with this positive review.
Sloppy, slapdash... and I *loved* it.
Had all the elements of an Odenkirk production: It's a rollicking mash of slice-of-life, crushing failure, latent romance, and colorful character.

Folks point out that the story is a bit confused... and they're right. There's a way of managing essential vs. negligible detail in a story. I suspect it can be rightfully and respectfully said that Odenkirk has a way of blurring that line; a way that some folks find off-putting and others find charming. Personally, I find it charming. You may not find it charming, so you've been warned.

Girlfriend's Day is a labor of love. Tune it in, hang with it, and it may pay off with the delight and warmth of a mystery greeting card, hovering preborn in the aethers, and whose message we may never know.
a writer's movie
So, you're still in bed at 1 p.m. composing comments on friends' FaceBook shares, eating the other half of a stevia-sweetened chocolate bar from the night before, and then you move on to Netflix to get further from reality--where you see the face of beloved Bob Odenkirk in a harmless sounding title: "Girlfriends Day". You give it a look-see. You don't turn from it in irritation or boredom--it's holding you with the inscrutable power of untapped human potential. Every character looking at Odenkirk seems to be waiting for "something" to happen. Then his landlord takes action. And then I'm clapping for a brilliant moment, and barking out loud with laughter from my unused vocal chords at another moment. I get comfortable. I know that I, too, like Odenkirk's character, will write again. This film is exquisite.
The Worst of Netflix
Well, I didn't really have great expectations for this movie, but, even so, it was a total let down. The plot is not just confusing, it's also unpolished, messy and BAD. The 1h10 of the whole movie felt more like three or four hours for me. Bob Odenkirk is a really good actor and, in fact, I really don't think any of the parts played in the movie (aside from Stacy Keach's) were poorly executed at all, but in the end, the script was just unsavable. I can honestly say that 1 star is almost overrating it, and I wouldn't bear watching this film ever again. I can't say I just don't recommend it, as I actually recommend that all of you just STAY AWAY from it.
Could've Actually Been A Tad Longer...
I saw this latest in the long line of Netflix original movies over the weekend, and I noticed it's an especially short movie -- only a little over an hour? I honestly think this could've stood to be a tad longer, to maybe develop itself a little more, but whatever.

"Better Call Saul"'s Bob Odenkirk heads up the cast as a former star greeting card writer who has lost that "magic touch", until a new holiday (the titular "Girlfriend's Day") is invented, and a cash prize leads everyone and their brother on a wild goose chase to get him (or force him rather) to come up with the perfect words for the first greeting card for the new holiday.

I am on the fence on this one -- I did like the actors and the premise, but again really think it needed to be a bit more developed, and most of it felt a little stale. Amber Tamblyn and Stacy Keach co-star.
About a writer, most a poet!
At least it tried to be something fresh. The Netflix's experimental films giving great opportunities for small directors and stars. Not all the flicks clicks, but different than what we usually get from other production houses. So that's how I ended up watching it and its an appreciable effort, but the film was average. Although the end scene was really good, I mean that homeless person part.

The film is about an infamous greeting card writer and tells how his professional life stumbles upon. While trying to make a comeback, he has to face a couple of trouble, including his unexpected romance and to keep up the promise he had made to a rich guy. Till the final scene they kept the momentums surrounding them both. So it feels like an intentional drag, since the whole film depended on those things and nothing else.

Worth watching for Bob Odenkirk. The rest of the cast was not bad. Whatever the concept is, like, about a writer, kind of poet, but it avoids to exposing us the character how great he's with his work. So this is not a film with full details and should be watched without any expectation, or else better not think to pick it.

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