Monday, January 26, 2015

Sundance 2015: 'The D Train' Review

Every Sundance has its share of indie comedies starring big names. They tend not to be very good, but The D Train has enough laughs and charm to make up for its shortcomings. Jack Black plays a dorky organizer of his 20th high school reunion who tries to coax the king of his graduating class (James Marsden), who's now an actor in Hollywood, to come back for the event. Both actors are funny, but Marsden is really terrific. I reviewed The D Train for Screen International.