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Modern Life Is Rubbish

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Separate is the decision which has changed everything. Each of them took a different way. Liam has a special idea about the world around him that he has distinguished from Natalie. He is an ambitious musician, heads a 3 piece musical band, but he didn't like smart phones or downloads. He refused the structure of modern technology because it does not correspond to. In another meaning, he rejects the modern life, especially modern technology.
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Los Angeles Times
There's a depressingly predetermined quality to this story.
April 26, 2018
Daily Express (UK)
A contrived plot with a predictable twist and overuse of syrupy montages undermine its rock and roll credentials.
May 05, 2018
Film Threat
This song [plays] wrong jarring chords.
April 30, 2018
Times (UK)
It's like a strange and enervating cross between High Fidelity and One Day where everyone on screen makes you want to thump yourself in the face.
May 03, 2018
Despite the obligatory eclectic soundtrack, there aren't many surprises nor reasons to care about why these two should be together.
April 27, 2018
Village Voice
For those who delight in candy-coated nostalgia, writer Philip Gawthorne's familiar, cliché-heavy script offers a twee jaunt down memory lane. For everyone else, even a killer Britpop soundtrack...can't save the film from overtrodden territory.
April 24, 2018
New York Times
Much of the movie...is an advertisement for male emotional immaturity.
April 26, 2018
Hollywood Reporter
The film is full of the signifiers of musical devotion but lacks the hummably acerbic insight of the best music it namechecks.
April 26, 2018