Laggies (2014) 1080p YIFY Movie

Laggies (2014) 1080P

In the throes of a quarter-life crisis, Megan panics when her boyfriend proposes, then, taking an opportunity to escape for a week, hides out in the home of her new friend, 16-year-old Annika, who lives with her world-weary single dad.

IMDB: 6.618 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Romance
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.44G
  • Resolution: 1920*1040 / 23.976fps
  • Language: English  
  • Run Time: 99
  • IMDB Rating: 6.6/10 
  • MPR: R
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 2

The Synopsis for Laggies (2014) 1080p

In the throes of a quarter-life crisis, Megan panics when her boyfriend proposes, then, taking an opportunity to escape for a week, hides out in the home of her new friend, 16-year-old Annika, who lives with her world-weary single dad.


The Director and Players for Laggies (2014) 1080p

[Director]Lynn Shelton
[Role:Annika]Chloe Grace Moretz
[Role:Craig]Sam Rockwell
[Role:Megan]Keira Knightley
[Role:Anthony]Mark Webber


The Reviews for Laggies (2014) 1080p


Lagging AroundReviewed bycomicman117Vote: 7/10

Laggies is a "coming of age" romantic comedy with a twist as the main character is not an adolescent, but is 28 years old. The film is not exceptional, but it is enjoyable, and its performances and story progression help to elevate an average film overall. Laggies begins by telling the story of Megan (played by Keira Knightley) whose longtime boyfriend (played by Mark Webber) has just proposed to her. Megan, having also just found out her father (played by Jeff Garlin) is having an extramarital affair, experiences a bit of an identity crisis, and doesn't know quite how to respond to her own marriage proposal. She plans a fake trip, in order to escape from her boyfriend for a week, and finds herself in the house of her newly found, 16 year old girlfriend, Annika (played by Chloe Grace Moretz), and her single, stern father, Craig, (played by Sam Rockwell). The main characters go through changes as they begin to know each other. Megan starts out as a manipulative lying person who uses people, but as the film continues, she realizes this is not what she wants and begins to take charge of her own life by becoming more responsible. The character of Annika goes from being a risky teenager to becoming more of her own person, even confronting her own mother. Her father, Craig, goes through a character progression as he becomes less stuck-up and more of a person who actually cares for other people. All of three of the main characters story arcs nicely parallel each other. Out of all of the character arcs, I found Megan's due to Keira Knightley's performance, to be the most believable. However, I did have my issues with this film. I found the boyfriend of the film, Anthony, to be a bit of a push-over and too much of a plot device. He gets introduced, gets a few scenes and then reappears during the climax. Another thing that bugged about the film, was an absurd scene where Knightley has to pose as Moretz's mother and I couldn't honestly believe that anyone would honestly believe that Knightley and Moretz were mother and daughter, what with the twelve years difference, and looking more like sisters. There are some interesting directing choices by Lynn Shelton, including having the film start out with a flashback and then cutting to ten years later. As well as Knightley's introduction, where we see her listening to a CD player on the streets as she holds up a sign advertising her father's accounting business where she works. Check it out for yourself, and see what you think of it.

I'm a fan.Reviewed byjrivera107Vote: 9/10

At its core, Laggies is a coming of age drama that depicts real life dilemmas and weighty matters in a convincingly unmanufactured way. Megan Birch (Keira Knightley) is a woman in her late 20s who suddenly has an epiphany that catalyzes a string of events that help her contextualize her life journey. Megan's sobering realization she may be headed down the road to conformity like her absent-minded "friends" terrifies her, so she embarks on a fun, offbeat vacation from adulthood. In the process, the audience is exposed to a range of sentiments that vary wildly from bubbly humor to downright melancholic. Keira envelops Megan in a sophisticated and compelling enough a manner that enables the film to carry on without any fear of emotional deficiencies. Her character's flaws only served to humanize her and give her acerbic charm. To me, Keira was the absolute standout in the film. Keira's emotions, facial, and body language in many of the scenes have so much unrehearsed honesty that it is truly moving to behold. I don't think she could have done a better job if she tried. I do think the supporting roles could have been afforded more character development, especially in the case with Sam Rockwell. But anyone unaffected by ANY of the performances in the film will be doing themselves injustice because Laggies demands a a fair amount of vulnerability on the audience's behalf for any of the themes to have internal relevance. I did have grave issues with the conflict-resolution, namely the finale that seemed unnecessarily idealized in an otherwise grounded screenplay . Although I feel that the peculiarity of the conclusion was a bit heavy handed for my taste, its awkwardness is forgiven due to the execution of everything else. Laggies commends those who are unapologetic about their life decisions so long as they inspire happiness.

Relatable however a bit unbelievableReviewed bymatrixman048Vote: 6/10

The story of a 20 something year old having to face "real life" is very relatable. The story of that 20 something year old making friends with a high school student, OK sure it's possible. The story of that 20 something year old hiding out for a week with that high school student at her single dads house, that's starting to stretch it a little. The story gets a little far-fetched when the single dad allows this 20 something year old stay in his house while she "waits to move into her apartment." I'm pretty sure no one would do that irl, except I suppose if it's Keira Knightley. Keira Knightley always pretty, acting is sometimes questionable, but well done in this film. Chloe Grace Moretz who I usually like and is destined for a long successful career added another positive credit to her resume. Sam Rockwell, always good, never enough screen time. Is that how he does it? Overall the film was good humored with sympathetic characters. I just call bs on one issue which only barely affected my likeness of the film. This film had strong performances from the cast and fluid directing. Overall I'd say 6.6/Z

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