The Puffy Chair
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After finding a vintage Lazy Boy recliner online just like the one that used to grace his childhood living room, Josh decides to purchase the purple relic and deliver it to his father as a surprise birthday gift. Josh's simple plan is suddenly complicated when his emotionally demanding girlfriend, Emily, and his granola-munching brother, Rhett join him on the trip. During the road trip and mission, Josh learns a thing or two about himself and his relationships in the process.
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 76%

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"When everyone finally shuts up, the silence is startling."
‑ Jessica Winter, Time Out
"Built on beats of deadpan timing and splendidly understated reaction shots."
‑ Bill Stamets, Chicago Sun-Times
"It's amazing how it nails the mealy-mouthed way we have of saying what we mean by dressing the same words, over and over again, in different kinds of inflection."
‑ Karina Longworth, Cinematical
"There is very little of real substance in there."
‑ , Times [UK]
"A witty, entertaining road trip comedy that doesn't shy away from ambiguity or discomfort."
‑ Anna Smith, Empire Magazine
"The irony is, it's a journey with no escape."
‑ Geoff Pevere, Toronto Star
"An enjoyable road movie that feels both comfortable and completely fresh."
‑ Jessica Reaves, Chicago Tribune
"It's crisp and engaging, and bodes well for all involved."
‑ Tim Robey, Daily Telegraph
"A higher 'dude' count than an Ashton Kutcher film."
‑ Sam Jordison, Film4
"Actually has a light tone and a few fine comedic moments."
‑ Lewis Beale, Film Journal International
"Too soon, the stuff that seemed charmingly idiosyncratic turns annoyingly odd and then just plain annoying."
‑ Rick Groen, Globe and Mail
"... despite plenty of bumps, this road comedy gets to its destination just fine."
‑ Moira MacDonald, Seattle Times
"The dialogue captures the awkwardness and frustration of young adulthood with loving accuracy."
‑ Steve Rose, Guardian
"Some cherishable comic moments."
‑ Tom Dawson, BBC.com
"characters simply don't have anything particularly interesting to say to each other or do together"
‑ Dan Jardine, Cinemania
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