Remember that sub-plot in 200 Cigarettes where Kate Hudson gets dog poop all over her coat? Well Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist is that scene dragged out to a 90 minute length, but instead of the dog poop, we get the understudy, puke-and-feces-infested chewing gum that is shared between multiple characters. And much like 200 […]
Flat and dated satire without any edge. Whatever is motivating Dreyfuss’ character is a mystery, and the children never get enough development to where you care. Scenes repeatedly end without establishing a purpose for themselves. Only Nolte eating dog food out of a bowl is funny and witty.