Girl Most Likely will bring you laughter and a hilarious story this July 19th 2013. Starring Kristen Wiig, Annette Bening, Matt Dillon and Darren Criss, this movie is about a failed New York playwright, Imogene (Wiig). She stages a suicide with the hopes of winning back her ex. The only flaw in this plan is that she ended up in the custody of her mother, Zelda (Benning) who is a gambling addict. Follow Imogene as she tries to figure out what to do with her life in Girl Most Likely. Check out the latest news for this new comedy below:
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“There’s no place like home, there’s no place like home,” says Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz. A high school stage production of the classic film opens Imogene, with the title character playing the role of Dorothy. Even as a schoolgirl, Imogene’s mind has been finely attuned to the stage. “This is stupid!” she continues, “Why would anyone want to leave Oz?” At the behest of her crotchety teacher, Imogene clacks her heels three times and gets back to reality. As noted by the sardonic tempo of her clacking (she’s no keener to return to Kansas), Imogene also seems to have adopted a perceptive cynicism to life, which combines with her dramatic skills and produces disastrous results when she grows up. Funny, awkward, and hopelessly lost, Imogene is much like Frances from Frances Ha if Frances woke up with a bad case of the Mondays.
Cut to twenty years later and Imogene is a thirty-year-old fuck up played by Kristen Wiig (Bridesmaids). A failed playwright, Imogene is the laughingstock of her groups of frenemies. (They’re the kind of cackling socialites who would be gossiping behind fans in Anna Karenina.) Bad luck comes in threes for Imogene and she loses her job, her apartment, and her boyfriend in just a few days. Prior to losing her apartment, though, Imogene makes a stab at winning back her lover by staging a suicide attempt. (She still has a flair for drama.) Imogene mucks this performance up, too, as she gets bored while waiting for him to arrive and pops one pill too many while passing the time. It turns out that Imogene wrote a very convincing suicide note, though, so her attempt to end her life comes off as some tragic effort to escape a crappy existence. As an ironic twist, Imogene’s only successful production is all a mistake.
The doctor at the hospital is so compelled by Imogene’s letter that he refuses to release her on her own recognizance. He uses the only family contact information available and tracks down Imogene’s mother, Zelda (Annette Bening), with whom she has been estranged for years. Imogene explains to the doctor that her father died when she was a teenager and that she and her brother were left to fend for themselves because Zelda is a gambling addict who neglected her kids so that she could spend more time at the slots. The doctor simply thinks this excuse is another reason why Imogene tried to off herself, so he ships her off to Zelda’s for three days of rest.”
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