The OvernightAlex, Emily, and their son, RJ, are new to Los Angeles. A chance meeting at the park introduces them to the mysterious Kurt, Charlotte, and Max. A family 'playdate' becomes increasingly interesting as the night goes on.
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Critic Reviews of "The Overnight"
Detroit NewsJuly 03, 2015
Brice goes a bit too broad at times, but he keeps things just funny and edgy and open enough for "The Overnight" to work.
Boston GlobeJuly 02, 2015
"The Overnight" isn't much - in fact, it's hardly anything. For what it is, though, it's enough.
Minneapolis Star TribuneJuly 02, 2015
Written and directed by Patrick Brice with atypical wit, the film is uncensored and hilariously unpredictable, jumping from one titillating gag to the next with the grace of a tightrope walker.
Arizona RepublicJuly 02, 2015
It's a short film, weighing in at 79 minutes, but that feels about right. You probably wouldn't want to spend a lot more time with these folks, no matter how intriguing their company.
Globe and MailJune 26, 2015
In its best moments, The Overnight deviates from the conventions of a party movie (or "sex comedy," as it has been christened) and veers toward the experimental, the uncanny, the unsettling.
Toronto SunJune 25, 2015
What makes The Overnight work as well as it does is the cast. The performances here are truly fearless and engaging, with Schwartzman and Scott in particular in high gear.
FlavorwireMay 30, 2016
A cross between 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf' and 'Score,' the eyebrow-raising sexual possibilities complimented by real considerations of martial desire and "curiosity."
Fan The FireFebruary 26, 2016
Brice's film adopts an unusual angle through which to look at adult relationships, and benefits from that, as well as a cast on good form.
The Film StageFebruary 25, 2016
Things get weird, and then some, in Patrick Brice's engaging and bizarre comedy.
SF WeeklyDecember 31, 2015
Together, they have the right proportions of wit and feeling, and their shared escapade is funny and racy without ever trying too hard.
The Sun (UK)December 14, 2015
Schwartzman and Scott get top marks for bravery and there are some strong laughs but it feels a bit too much like a middle-class Hangover.
INDY WeekDecember 07, 2015
A knock-around sex comedy where the actual act is hardly the point, The Overnight shows that wedded bliss can also be a rough, raunchy trip.
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