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Review: Nick and Nora’s Infinite Playlist

(12A)

    Like Superbad, in which Michael Cera appeared to advantage, this light and likeable teen rom-com takes place over a single night in Manhattan.

    Here, Cera plays high school misfit Nick, the only straight member of an all-gay indie band, who meets Nora (Kat Dennings). Romance blossoms during a night of wild, mostly comic adventures.

    Energetic direction by Peter Sollet, and the charming double act of the nerdy Cera and the engagingly natural Dennings make this an enjoyably experience.

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