Matt Zoller Seitz, Ebert.com: “Coherence is proof that inventive filmmakers can do a lot with a little. Written and directed by James Ward Byrkit, the movie starts out looking and feeling like half the no-budget indies you’ve seen: a bunch of seemingly well-off people attend a dinner party at a nice suburban house somewhere in Northern California on the night that a comet is scheduled to pass near the earth. They introduce themselves to each other, hang out, drink, eat and deliver expository banter. Then things get weird, and weirder.”
That’s all I want to know! Anyone who’s this already, please keep your comments spoiler-free. Thanks. Trailer and poster after the cut.