Review: Celeste and Jesse Forever

(Lee Toland Krieger, 2012)

Subverting the inclinations of the romantic comedy genre is neither a new nor a particularly worthwhile enterprise when it is done so unimaginatively as in the past few years. Attempting to remedy this is Lee Toland Krieger’s Celeste and Jesse Forever, a shrewd, likeable and well-meaning indie that couples sympathetic performances with fine writing and sincere humour. (Continue reading here)

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