Diner (Barry Levinson – 1982) B-

Performances are quiet good but I think I was expecting more from this because of its classic . We have a bunch of young guys in the 50s dealing with issues like marriage, love, and essentially becoming adults. They hang out at the diner, they talk, brag, argue and eat. The guys are characters representing every cliche in the book. We have the rich smart boy who is throwing his future away, the black sheep, the guys who got married way too early and seems to regret it, the guy who is about to get married and is hesitating,… Overall it is interesting conversation delivered well but I cannot say I really was into this film.

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