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Dont Worry Baby

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A down-on-his-luck photographer (John Magaro) and his womanizing dad (Christopher McDonald) unknowingly have a one-night stand with the same woman. Four years later, they learn that either one of them might have fathered her daughter.
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Film Journal International
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July 22, 2016

Father and son boff the same babe-and a baby girl results. From this queasy premise, an onscreen abortion is wrought.
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The Playlist
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July 21, 2016

Even if it does shy away from harsher truths, Branciforte's inaugural feature is a joy to watch.
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February 07, 2017

Don't Worry Baby is more than just a father-son comedy, it's an emotional roller coaster, too.
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Los Angeles Times
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July 21, 2016

A bittersweet indie comedy that marks an impressive feature writing-directing debut for Julian Branciforte.
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New York Times
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July 21, 2016

Despite an implausible ending devoid of consequence, "Don't Worry Baby" benefits from tidy editing, cinematography and, most of all, the presence of the seasoned Mr. McDonald and Ms. Balsam.
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Village Voice
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July 21, 2016

Unsurprisingly, the film doesn't live up to its Beach Boys-quoting title. Things turn out all right, but there's little real emotional force.
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RogerEbert.com
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July 22, 2016

Debut writer/director Julian Branciforte eventually loses control of his tricky pitch, especially as his generic vision can't support the story with a distinct tone.
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