The Best Films of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival

  1. The D Train

D-TRAIN

Jack Black stars as a happy-go-lucky guy that lies to his boss to fly to Los Angeles to get the coolest guy in high school to come back for his reunion. I really didn’t know what to expect from D Train going into it but I was hoping it would be something fun. D Train is definitely fun but it is also really strange. It is a very unique take on the whole bromance genre that so many mainstream comedies have been trying over the past few years. I loved the cast which includes Black, James Marsden, Jeffrey Tambor, and Mike White. I don’t think D Train will be a comedy for everyone but I enjoyed it. I think the oddness really worked as well as the fresh take on the bromance genre.

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