East Bay – Review

East Bay - Review

East Bay – Review. By Richard Schertzer.

A lot of people should be proud of the work that they do and what they have achieved in their lives. This movie might leave a mixed feeling for viewers after seeing it. 

Jack Lee is a 39-year-old man who aspires to be a filmmaker but when his life hits a snag and he is forced back into his crummy, dead-end job, he must reassess himself and make a life audit.



Trying to unpack this film is like trying to escape a labyrinth with no end to it. It certainly has some earnest intentions, but it feels like a movie that’s been split up into différent fragments rather than one singular thought.

If there is one thing that is truly wrong with this movie, I would be willing to call out the editing department. It’s as if the editor went out of their way to make the film as segmented and choppy as possible.

It’s hard to even say that this movie has an endearing message when it gets lost in so much self-pity and dull humor.

All in all, this movie is a forgettable foray into the mind of a middle-aged man who is past his prime and longs to do more with his life. 


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