I'm not sure how many of you up here have heard about this movie, but I just wanted to touch upon it just to let you all know that it is out there. I went to see it this past Saturday and I just thought it was the best movie I'd seen in a long while. The plot is very hard to describe, but that may be a good thing because the less you know going in, the better it might be. But think "Punch-Drunk Love" meets "Sideways" and you might have a good idea of what this movie is about. I first heard about this movie about a month and a half ago on Ebert & Roeper, when they gave it two huge thumbs up, and from that moment on, the moment it played in Pittsburgh, PA, the moment I would go and see it. I found it playing at the Manor theater, which for Pittsburgh residents is located in Squirrel Hill, over the weekend and finally decided to check it out. The movie is quite funny, but it is also very touching as well, and the performances all around are very good, espcially from Miranda July, who also wrote and directed the film. This is the first film she has made, and she looks and sounds a lot like Maggie Gyllenhall to me. It's also a remarkably good film for a first-timer. It's a strange and quirky little film that for me seems to be the best movie I've seen all year. That statement is just my opinion, as like "Punch-Drunk Love" and "Sideways", it's a love it or hate it type of picture, although unlike the other two, it might have a slight middle ground, although I wouldn't count on that either. Anyway, if "Me and You and Everyone We Know" is playing at a theater near you, I highly recommend that you at least check it out. If you have already seen it, I highly recommend that you post your comments up here about it.