Matt Spicer’s debut feature is a showcase for Aubrey Plaza’s comedic timing and some unbecoming online behavior.
Ms. Plaza plays a hard-partying bestie to Anna Kendrick in “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates.”
This aggressively stupid movie has nothing going for it other than some wasted talent.
Jeff Baena’s feature debut, “Life After Beth,” stars Aubrey Plaza as a lusty, undead girlfriend blissfully unaware that she’s past her expiration date.
As studios are having flops in the romantic comedy genre, independent filmmakers are scoring by using new twists.
In “The To Do List,” Aubrey Plaza plays a smart and driven high school graduate who decides that she has been missing something and sets out to lose her virginity.
At 29, she is reaching new career heights, less than a decade after she got a foothold in television as an intern on “Saturday Night Live.”