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Audrey the Trainwreck2010

  • 3.7
Pushing thirty and working a thankless office job, internet dating is one more routine in Ron Hogan’s well-ordered life. Until he meets Stacy, a fellow working stiff who disarms him by speaking the language of his loneliest moments. Featuring a score by acclaimed jazz composer John Medeski, AUDREY THE TRAINWRECK is a comedy about attempting to keep life simple, and the beauty of such an absurd pursuit.

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"From its first image, AUDREY THE TRAINWRECK propels viewers into sensory overload." - Ronnie Scheib, Variety

Member Reviews (7)

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There's something about placing an awesome score into a fruitless movie that makes it at least somewhat redeemable.

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Why was it called Audrey the Trainwreck? It was pleasant enough, pretty good in parts. Poor ending.

Marginally worth watching.

top reviewer

Not a bad movie. Great performances by the cast, but overall the film meandered a little too much. Wish I could figure out the title.

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Anthony J. Baker and Alexi Wasser give great performances in this rambling movie that seems to be trying to say something but never quite articulates a full idea. Unless this is Frank V. Ross' point. Two people lonely in mutually pointless lives.

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Good mumblecore-ish movie. Interesting conversations and characters mixed with a good score. Not sure if everyone will, but I quite enjoyed the main romantic relationship. In a weird way, kind of reminded me of Charlie Brown...the score, perhaps?

Mildly interesting. Should have been funny, not a drama.

Self indulgent. An unnecessary waste of my time.