“Safety Not Guaranteed” is a testament to the fact that, when you’ve got a fine cast and a smart screenwriter, the most overdone of concepts can work like gangbusters. The subject of time travel isn’t revolutionary, nor is the Amblin-esque theme of “dream big,” but first-time director Colin Trevorrow’s quirky and heartfelt comedy breezes through its scant 85-minute duration with a delightful freshness. Watch online Safety Not Guaranteed movie in Full HD/DVD/ipod/divX, All Qualities are Here
IT is directed by Colin Trevorrow. Movie is produced by Michael B. Clark
Derek Connolly, Jay Duplass, Mark Duplass, John Hodges, Stephanie Langhoff, Lacey Leavitt ,Peter Saraf, Colin Trevorrow, Marc Turtletaub
Movie Review (Synopsis):
Three magazine employees are sent to investigate a personal advertisement placed in the newspaper: guy seeking partner for time travel. They venture to the coast and set up a haphazard surveillance. Darius is recruited as the shill; her dry wit and cynical nature are perfectly suited to trap this enigmatic oddball, Kenneth, and get a good story. But it is she who first sees past the paranoid loner faÃ§ade to the compelling person inside. The drawback? This still doesnâ??t rule out the possibility that he just might be crazy. Colin Trevorrow has woven an ingenious tale: a modern version of the classic madcap romantic comedy. Clever dialogue and outlandish antics, peppered with misfit charactersâ??each one charming yet flawedâ??are wrapped in a love story tingling with the tantalizing possibility of time travel. In a world where moments are fleeting and soul mates are scarce, it seems that even the simple act of falling in love is never safe.
Based on a true story (read: based on a want ad placed in a paper), the film follows Jake Johnson‘s cocky journalist who drags two interns (Aubrey Plaza and Karan Soni) into the search for a man who has placed an ad looking for someone to travel through time with him. Again. Because he’s done it before – though he can’t guarantee, you know, safety. What they find is Mark Duplass, a man who already more than a little off, with his time travel beliefs not doing him too many favors. But more than just the discovery of Duplass’s Kenneth, the group discovers, wait for it, much more about themselves. No, really. At the heart of that is an unexpected and consistently charming romance between Plaza and Duplass that should melt even the darkest of hearts.
Movie successfully rides the line between fantasy and reality, as well as comedy and drama, mishmashing genres into a pleasing culmination of distinct elements. Written by Derek Connolly, the story centers on three magazine employees—two misfit interns, Darius (Aubrey Plaza) and Arno (Karan Soni), and their sleazy boss, Jeff (Jake Johnson)—who make their way to Oceanview, Washington, to get to the bottom of a newspaper ad that reads, “WANTED: Somebody to go back in time with me. This is not a joke. You’ll get paid after we get back. Must bring your own weapons. Safety not guaranteed.” Interestingly, the ad proves real—and from the mind of Kenneth Calloway (Mark Duplass), a jean-jacket-wearing grocery store clerk who either has a real time machine or is completely crazy. As Darius goes undercover to turn a story, the film settles into hilarious and heartfelt bliss, touching on ideas of love, trust and belief. Duplass brings it all out together in a performance that epitomizes just that.
Pavilion makes for a visual spectacle. With striking shots of differing scale and focus and various people and places, the film comes to the screen beautifully with a real sense of place. Though an American, director Tim Sutton takes a note from French filmmakers like Claire Denis and Olivier Assayas in terms of style. Instead of telling a linear story, he merely observes characters while they go about their daily lives. This approach gives the film a realistic and thoughtful presence as we watch three boys experience the joys and pains of youth, swimming in the middle of a lake in New York or riding BMX bikes up and down drainage ditches in the heat of Arizona. But even though the unconventionality creates striking visuals and a nostalgic tone, it doesn’t entirely work. Without a true narrative to drive it, Pavilion needs a lead character to take on that role—a lead character we can follow and see grow.
Aubrey Plaza, adding subtle complexities to her usual awkward demeanor, plays a Seattle-based magazine intern who, along with an arrogant reporter (New Girl’s Jake M. Johnson, whose comedic timing is impeccable here) and a nerdy fellow intern (Karan Soni, who’s also spot-on with his one-liners), track down an eccentric grocery store worker (Mark Duplass) after he requests a partner for time travel through the classifieds.
From the producers of Little Miss Sunshine – When an unusual classified ad inspires three cynical Seattle magazine employees to look for the story behind it, they discover a mysterious eccentric named Kenneth, a likable but paranoid supermarket clerk, who believes hes solved the riddle of time travel and intends to depart again soon. Together, they embark on a hilarious, smart, and unexpectedly heartfelt journey that reveals how far believing can take you.
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characters are playing roles as
Aubrey Plaza is playing as Darius Britt
Lauren Carlos is playing as Young Darius
Basil Harris is playing as Restaurant Manager
Mary Lynn Rajskub is playing as Bridget
Jake M. Johnson is playing as Jeff
Karan Soni is playing as Arnau
David Schultz is playing as Coworker
Jeff Garlin is playing as Mr. Britt
Mark Duplass is playing as Kenneth
William Hall Jr. is playing as Shannon
Alice Hung is playing as Shift Manager
Keli Schurman-Darby is playing as Girlfriend in car
Jenica Bergere is playing as Liz
Lynn Shelton is playing as Uptight Mom
Tom Ricciardelli is playing as Security Guard