With his 1995 directorial debut, Kicking and Screaming, a film about some just-out-of-college guys refusing to make progress in their lives, Noah Baumbach proved he had the skills to capture his generation's upper-class collective ennui. This March the recent Wes Anderson collaborator will try to prove he can, uh, do that same thing again but this time for his upper-class generation reaching 40 with the Ben Stiller drama-comedy Greenberg.
Watch the trailer, then try shouting the title in the manner of the boss from The Jetsons, like, "Greeeeen-berrrrrg!!!" I nearly guarantee you'll enjoy at least one of those activities.
Wanting to see this makes me feel like such a stereotype, and I'm not even rich or 40. Just bored, white, and sort of pathetic.