Local indie comedy about conflicted, young people is smart, energetic (Interview/Review) – Toronto Star

“Local indie comedy Everyday Is Like Sunday has a fresh take on quarter-life crises….What the result lacks in polish it makes up for in smarts, energy and local colour...”

2017-07-06T21:12:57+00:00August 18, 2013|Everyday Is Like Sunday|

‘Minor-key moments are what populate people’s lives’ (Interview) – National Post

“Sometimes flossing can feel like starting over again. Everyday is Like Sunday begins with Mark (David Dineen-Porter) going about a morning-ish personal hygiene regimen that we can tell isn’t routine. But where standing in front of the mirror is habit for some, for Mark it’s start of a new chapter, an attempt to shake off his jobless, broken-up-with life and start fresh. That doesn’t quite happen, but over the course of the movie we’re treated to a lot of other small but potent scenes from life…What emerges is a pointed portrait of what being young and stuck in Toronto can feel like, a time and place where meaning is groped for, grasped and dropped again over the course of a coffee...”

2017-07-06T21:13:15+00:00August 18, 2013|Everyday Is Like Sunday|

Everyday Is Like Sunday Review – Exclaim

“Marrying the same priority of comic banter over plot points as Whit Stillman, with the loose, improvisational style of Curb Your Enthusiasm, the film is rife with quotable lines and amusing pop-culture references. While all of the actors deliver refreshingly unaffected performances, Dineen-Porter has an especially magnetic on-screen presence that enlivens every scene with an air of unpredictability, while Thorburn is delightfully smarmy in his memorable supporting role...”

2017-07-06T20:42:46+00:00August 17, 2013|Everyday Is Like Sunday|
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