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Topic - Will Reiser
There is an unassuming grace about "50/50" that sneaks up on you and rescues the movie from the genre-splicing sentimentality that threatens to turn this mortality comedy into a maudlin farce.
Pop quiz: when is it okay for two male friends to share dessert at a restaurant?
"We went through cancer together," Mr. Reiser said. "Neither of us knew how to deal with it."
"We weren't equipped with the tools to express our emotions," Mr. Reiser said. "We're comedy writers, so there was a lot of humorous banter."