On the Count of Three


Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 85%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 312

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Henry Winkler as Dr. Brenner
Tiffany Haddish as Natasha
785.46 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Jblum5 9 / 10

My favorite film I saw at Sundance

I had the awards pass so in total I saw 7 films and with respect to CODA this was my top pick of the year.

Go ahead and try to explain the plot to someone and make yourself sound sane. A comedy about a man (Carmichael) finds out his best friend (Abbott) tried to kill himself 3 days prior and now wants them both to end their own lives. The subtlety in Camichael's performance is absolutely fantastic. When watching the film just take note of his level of emotion he is showing in each scene and how it changes as the film moves on. It is most interesting when he isn't talking. It is expertly done by someone known for just comedy. Abbott also shines as the damaged and crazed friend with 1999 Justin Timberlake hair who is dangerous one minute and sweet the next. The comedy lands throughout the film and this is because the film trusts it's audience to understand what is satire and what isn't. Their is no crowd-pleasing apology scene for its subject matter. No monologues about what we learned today. The film knows what it is and it's done well. I watched it with someone who was personally affected by suicide and he thought it was handled well. However if you're easily triggered this is not the film for you... and that is okay. Overall some production design could mildly improve it does look cheap at times but this was a fantastic film with great performances and the award winning script at Sundance. Don't miss it!

Reviewed by sweidman-28016 7 / 10

Comedic, Emotional, and Filled With Heart

Two guns. Two best friends. And a pact to end their lives when the day is done. One the Count of Three is today's crowd-pleaser, but on a different note. The parallels between this and I Don't Feel At This Home in This World Anymore feel all too real, especially since that one won the dramatic competition a couple years ago. The seriousness of suicide juxtaposed to the comedic best friends works perfectly. Christopher Abbott and Jerrod Carmichael have wonderful chemistry together. The casting is great. The script covers many topics, suicide being the main one, in a manner that lingers in your thoughts. For example, the last shot spoke so much without saying anything. For a directorial debut, Jarrod Carmichael did fantastic. I love actor-directors because they understand both sides, it's just the execution that is the question when going it. But there's no trouble directing here. Along the way, there's a few spots that slow down and didn't exactly work, but it still manages to work well in the end. By the way, the third act is done so well and one to think about. Moments throughout of the beauty of life and friendship made me like it more and more. I believe this will either win dramatic jury prize, audience dramatic, or maybe even both. One of the best Sundance has given us so far!

Reviewed by hernandezadam-08704 10 / 10

personal on so many levels

Words cannot describe how great this was for a directorial debut. jerrod carmichaels and christopher abbotts chemistry on screen was just so unbelievably good and hilarious. it also has dark takes on suicide and depression that oddly felt comforting to me because I deal with those issues too.

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