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Avocado Toast

USA 2021
produced by
Karl Danielson, David Burke, Tyler Farr, Mark Dvornik (executive), Colleen Keane (executive), Gary Dover (executive), Samuel Toole (executive), James Fox (executive), Mikayla Iverson (executive), Eric Doctorow (executive), Don Rosenberg (executive) for Good Coyote Films
directed by Tyler Farr
starring Justin Ray, Jyllian Petrie, Mikayla Iverson, Joe Burns, Joshua Michael French, Tito Livas, Chad Wright, Nicholas Peterson, Amanda K. Wall, Mitchell Schouten, Grace Farr, Harrison Farr, Eric Osmond, Tanya Price, Savannah Ostler, Jason K. Wixom, Isaac Jaten, Kevin A. Clark, Annmarie O. Clark, Atlee O. Clark, Cashton Clark, Lorenzo Silva, Courtney Whittier, Kjirstin Youngberg, Bryson Alejandro, Alireza Mirmontazeri, Brittney Souther, Jana Timpson, David Burke, Britney Wright, Jeremy Wright, Craig Gregersen, Normandy Wanberg, Kayla Bergstrom, Michael Labertew, Chelsea Farr, Mikaela Shiraki Byrd, Tyler Farr, Doug Farr, Charles Unice
written by Tyler Farr, music by Drew A. Forbes

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Having pretty much just found out that he's technically a millenial rather than gen X, Adam (Justin Ray) has a very early midlife crisis, suddenly desparate to not miss out on anything and do what he thinks millenials are doing these days - like basically going vegan, playing video games and being annoyingly self-centered. He also quits his well-paid yet boring desk job and instead starts working at a hip coffee shop for minimum wage, and to say he's slightly interested in the coffee shop's attractive owner Sydney (Mikayla Iverson) would be an understatement. Now all of this would be fine and dandy if he wasn't married to Jennifer (Jyllian Petrie), had two kids (Harrison and Grace Farr), and there's still a mortgage on their house. And while Jennifer at first actually tries to participate in what she considers a whim of Adam's, he soon takes things too far, like leaving bills unpaid, and forgetting important dates of his kids. There's only one friend who supports Adam, actually, his former colleague Matt (Joe Burns), who a millenial himself eases Adam into the lifestyle - which even includes setting a date with Sydney for Adam - a date that almost leads to sex, and that makes Adam rethink his actions - but by that time, it might already be too late ...


Now this is a film that isn't always super-subtle and at times a little far fetched - but that all said, it's also pretty funny, as more often the jokes and also the satire hit their mark, without the thing ever becoming moronic. Plus, the film affords itself just enough heart to hold the thing together in a compelling way but stay awayx from pure cheese (especially evidenced in the final dialogue, an only supposed heart-to-heart between Adam and his wife). And the whole ensemble cast is relatable enough to hit the story home without relying too much on caricatures, making this one a pretty enjoyable comedy for sure - not only for millenials and gen X-ers.


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