Shoot me. Shoot me now.

We’ve all felt like this on occasion; the movie or show we are watching is so painful that all we can do is roll our eyes. Lowell Sherman (taking time out of his busy schedule of despoiling Lillian Gish) perfectly captures those moments of frustration and boredom.

This is from The Garden of Eden, a perfectly charming romantic comedy with a razor-sharp wit and sauciness to spare.

You can read my full-length review here.

Availability: You can get it on DVD from Grapevine. You can also try to track down the out-of-print Flicker Alley DVD.

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