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My only problem with "Dan in Real Life" is that the rebellious, middle daughter is played too outrageously by actress Brittany Robertson.
It's difficult to say if this was a personal choice on her part or a choice by the director.
He decides to take a road trip to reunite with his high school sweetheart.
"Dan in Real Life" is witty and has fun, intelligent laughs throughout.
Whereas other comedies incorporate or are almost entirely based on jokes that shock the audience into laughing, the jokes from "Dan in Real Life" are more natural and clever, and involve some thinking on the part of the audience.
Either way, her character is unrealistic and annoying.
But, this is only a minor flaw in the film, and does not take away from the story as a whole.
See more » The most satisfying element about "Dan in Real Life" is that the relationship between Dan (Steve Carell) and Marie (Juliette Binoche) makes sense and is beautifully realistic.