Nick Schager Reviews Ceremony

“Everyone has phases,” says Zoe (Uma Thurman) in Ceremony, and for his debut feature, writer-director Max Winkler is clearly going through his Wes Anderson one. A barefaced rehash of Rushmore with bits and pieces of Bottle Rocket thrown in for good measure, this exasperatingly precious film revolves around Sam (Michael Angarano), a 23-year-old with a middle-aged man’s mustache, a habit of saying faux-WASPy things like “silly goose” and “drinkies,” and an amateur career as an author and illustrator of kids-lit stories that reflect his real-world infatuation with older beauty Zoe.

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