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      3rd Street Blackout

      2015 1 hr. 27 min. Romance Comedy TRAILER for 3rd Street Blackout: Trailer 1 List
      40% 10 Reviews Tomatometer A couple is forced to examine their technology-obsessed relationship during a blackout. Read More Read Less

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      Frank Scheck Hollywood Reporter While the performers are appealing, 3rd Street Blackout is a too determinedly quirky affair to fully mine the comic potential of its clever premise. Much like its setting, the film could have used more energy. Jun 23, 2016 Full Review Abby Garnett Village Voice Much of the humor depends on Redleaf and Farsad coaxing relatable, Apatow-ian comedy out of their relationship; unfortunately, they're so bland that there's little to relate to. Apr 27, 2016 Full Review Morgan Rojas Cinemacy With its over-indulgence in empty moments and a mildly appealing plot, it wouldn't matter much one way or the other if someone pulled the plug on this movie. Nov 9, 2018 Full Review Stephanie Archer Film Inquiry 3rd Street Blackout has a genuine and relatable feel to it. If you like a feel-good love story based in the modern age, you'll enjoy this film. Jan 9, 2017 Full Review Stephen Mayne Under the Radar If this is what happens when the modern world disconnects, perhaps we should all go off grid. Rated: 7/10 Jul 7, 2016 Full Review Lauren Terry Willamette Week There's enough warm fuzziness to light up the East Coast, but the sentiment drags down the comedic timing of Farsad's snappiest jokes. Rated: C+ Jun 9, 2016 Full Review Read all reviews

      Movie Info

      Synopsis A couple is forced to examine their technology-obsessed relationship during a blackout.
      Director
      Negin Farsad, Jeremy Redleaf
      Executive Producer
      Samuel Goldberg, Max Born
      Screenwriter
      Negin Farsad, Jeremy Redleaf
      Production Co
      Mina and Rudy, Vaguely Qualified Productions, Brackets Creative
      Genre
      Romance, Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Dec 4, 2016
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