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Film Review: About Alex | The Man Cave Cinema

The Big Chill recently turned the big Three-O. Director Lawrence Kasdan's seminal 1983 film — about a group of seven college friends who reunite for a weekend, in the wake of their friend's suicide — was a cinematic touchstone for the baby boomer generation; so it's only fitting that, three decades later, the concept gets a makeover for the millennial generation. That's where writer/director Jesse Zwick's About Alex comes in, as an ensemble film that also centers on a group of college friends who come together for a weekend to help one of their own deal with his suicide — well, attempted suicide.

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