After a press screening of Happythankyoumoreplease, one of our editors had this to say: “I walked out of the movie and into Times Square with a huge smile on my face. I admired billboards and felt grateful for tourists. This is the sort of movie that makes you stop, smell the street meat and think, Life is good!” (In theaters March 4; buy tickets here.)
Josh Radnor (CBS’ How I Met Your Mother) wrote, directed and stars in the film, which weaves the lives of six New Yorkers who are grappling with work, love and the future. At the center of the story is Sam Wexler (Radnor), an aspiring novelist who temporarily—and unofficially—adopts a boy who gets separated from his neglectful foster mom on the subway.
Charming, funny and infectious, the movie will leave you wanting more Josh Radnor, please.