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Grace almost 4 years ago
Manic pixie dream girl, anyone?
Molly Flanagan almost 5 years ago
Could have ended earlier
Ariel Flesler almost 6 years ago
Among my favorites
Tyler Nicholson almost 6 years ago
Zach Braff must really dig coldplay.
Christian Bretlau 6 years ago
it was dope
Agus Echagüe over 6 years ago
The Shins: either you loved this movie, or talk about how people only like them b/c of it.
Frankie Linus over 6 years ago
Really cool soundtrack. Deep and funny at the same time. I've seen better but it's good!
Melissa Tonkin over 6 years ago
This was good! Liked the second half and the soundtrack.
Carles over 6 years ago
Los veinte y tantos...
kat almost 7 years ago
the ending, ye gods. not how healthy relationships work.
Luis Uribe almost 7 years ago
Another "you can do what you want" movie.
Danial Pearce 7 years ago
Do yourself a favor, do not waste your time watching this movie.
Lucas Silva-Myles over 7 years ago
Clever writing, but feels a bit like a school project at time. A good one, but still.
Mick Lane over 7 years ago
Personal strength and growth, feel good type film but quite contrived on rewatch.
Shuichi Tanida almost 8 years ago
Hilarious. Intriguing. Deep. One of the greatest movies ever made.
Don Lathrop 6 months ago
ARTISTNPOET over 1 year ago
Türkü over 1 year ago
Emily 2 years ago
Garden State is a 2004 comedy-drama film written by, directed by, and starring Zach Braff, with Natalie Portman, Peter Sarsgaard, and Sir Ian Holm. The film centers on Andrew Largeman (Braff), a 26-year-old actor/waiter who returns to his hometown in New Jersey after his mother dies. The title alludes both to the nickname for New Jersey, and to lines from Andrew Marvell's poem "The Garden" ("Such was that happy garden-state,/ While man there walked without a mate"). It was filmed over 25 days in April and May 2003 and released on July 28, 2004. New Jersey was the main setting and primary shooting location. It was an official selection of the Sundance Film Festival. The film won Hollywood Breakthrough Director of the Year Award at the Hollywood Film Festival. Garden State was well-received. The film also spawned a soundtrack for which Braff, who picked the music himself, won a Grammy award. Empire placed Garden State at number 393 on their list of the '500 Greatest Films Of All Time'....
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