There are so many great elements going for Jeff, Who Lives At Home. First, it's the new movie from writing/directing brothers Jay and Mark Duplass, the amazing indie directors behind films like Cyrus and The Puffy Chair. Next there's the cast, which includes the always likable Jason Segel, the hilarious Ed Helms, the terrific Judy Greer, and the legendary Susan Sarandon. Then there's the review by our own Katey Rich from last year's Toronto International Film Festival, where she called the film "a lovely, nicely paced and completely heartfelt look at a complicated relationship between brothers." And that's only the tip of the iceberg. Still not convinced that this is one movie you should see in 2012? Check out the new trailer that just debuted over on Apple (head over there to see it in HD)

Jason Segel plays the titular Jeff, a man stuck in arrested development and waiting for fate to show him his way through life. When his mother (Sarandon) sends him on an errand, things start falling into place as he runs into his brother, Pat (Helms). When they discover that Pat's wife (Greer) may be cheating on him, the brothers work together to get to the bottom of the mystery. Jeff, Who Lives At Home arrives in theaters on March 16 and you can read more about it in our Blend Film Database.

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