Max Landis (screenwriter of Chronicle and the forthcoming American Ultra, child of John) makes his element coordinating introduction with Me Him Her, a Hollywood turning out comedy whose characters might possibly be motivated by real persons. Amiable at times, however experiencing abnormal emotional episodes and more vitality than it recognizes what to do with, the film might, if Landis’ pre-screening execution here is a sign, be intended to pester any viewer too old to be in any way nostalgic around ’90s kid groups and The WB. An unsympathetic hero doesn’t help prospects past fests and VOD, particularly since the Me Him Her apprehension of-what-I-need theme learns about as of now of date.
Self-consumed and scarcely fit for genuineness, Cory would be in an ideal situation on the sidelines than in the title’s “Me” opening, however there you have it. Bracey is more amicable, regardless of the possibility that his cluelessness about his sexuality strains validity.