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Rated R · 90 minutes · 2016

Comedy drama
Oh, Doris. She's a jauntily dressed, late-middle-aged accountant played by Sally Field, crushing hard on a much younger coworker (New Girl's Max Greenfield, surprisingly likeable) and finding herself drawn into the fold of Brooklyn's most insufferable hipster community. (They like her colorful, vintage style!) Field and Greenfield are awfully charming in Hello, My Name Is Doris' never-gonna-happen romance—so charming, in fact, that you really want said romance to happen... and then you realize the limits of a Michael Showalter film. Still, Doris' awkwardness and discomfort when she's thrown in among neon-clad young people earnestly searching for authenticity while also being deeply superficial will resonate with anyone alive. Like any pleasant, low-key crush, Doris is fun while it lasts (95 min.).
Official Site: www.hellomynameisdorismovie.com
Director: Michael Showalter
Producer: Daniela Lundberg, Riva Marker, Daniel Crown, Jordana Mollick, Kevin Mann, Michael Showalter, Laura Terruso and Mauricio Betancur
Cast: Sally Field, Max Greenfield, Beth Behrs, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Stephen Root, Elizabeth Reaser, Isabella Acres, Natasha Lyonne, Tyne Daly, Peter Gallagher and Jack Antonoff

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