Funny Ha Ha

"Good"

Funny Ha Ha Review


Slackette, perhaps? Andrew Bujalski channels Richard Linklater and his masterpiece in this small story of a disaffected twentysomething who, when not sitting around or sleeping, works as a temp and dates a nerd. Bujalski aptly captures post-college days and daze, when nothing much is happening. Unfortunately, Bujalski doesn't exactly imbue this story with cinematic panache, nor does lead Kate Dollenmayer do much to endear herself to the audience.


Funny Ha Ha

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Run time: 89 mins

In Theaters: Thursday 19th April 2007

Box Office Worldwide: $76.9 thousand

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 87%
Fresh: 34 Rotten: 5

IMDB: 6.4 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director: Andrew Bujalski

Producer: Ethan Vogt

Starring: Kate Dollenmayer as Marnie, Mark Herlehy as Grady (tattoo artist), Christian Rudder as Alex, Jennifer L. Schaper as Rachel, Myles Paige as Dave, Marshall Lewy as Wyatt, as Gary (engineer), Mark Capraro as Travis (engineering assoc.), Sabrina Hawthorne as Laurie (engineer), Lissa Patton Rudder as Susan, William Westfall as Jeff (party guest), Jed McCaleb as Lance (party guest), Sheila Dubman as Kimberly (temp boss), Justin Rice as Jed (roommate), Andrew Bujalski as Mitchell

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