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October 22, 2014 12:00 AM

‘Laggies’ flips 20-something stereotype, sets story in Northwest

If you've had your fill of awkward comedies involving aimless men in their 20s searching for some meaning to their lives, why not flip your perspective? A maturity-stunted Keira Knightley arrives at a useful vantage point in “Laggies.”

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