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Kopas's script never manages to set the dramatic wheels in motion. Instead, we get a Sundance-like, episodic quirk-a-thon.
It's a wobbly construction, swinging between credible character development and clumsy plotting, but the genuinely sweet chemistry between Prentice and Adams holds the whole thing together.
Kopas makes the most of a limited budget while giving Prentice room to shine. But the deliberate oddball factor distracts from the job at hand.
Prentice makes the most of his close-up in An Insignificant Harvey, creating a believable outsider and giving him a soul.
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