Don’t Think Twice / Mike Birbiglia (2016). In New York City, an improv group, The Commune, performs in a small theater but fill all the seats. Each show is opened by Sam (Gillian Jacobs) who asks the audience if anyone had a particularly hard day. She was brought into the group by Miles (Mike Birbiglia), her lover and the founder of The Commune. There are four other members. Just before going on stage, they pat each other on the shoulders and say, “I’ve got your back,” but when the popular performer Jack (Keegan-Michael Key) gets a permanent slot on the legendary TV comedy show Weekend Live, things start to change for the group. There are plenty of laughs to be had - the group members can hardly stop improvising comedy even off-stage, even at funerals - they are faced with some difficult decisions both as a team and individually. So we have a dramedy (or comedama?), but the script and performances perfectly balance the two so there is never a clash of tones. I suppose if the film has a “meaning” as in a moral or life lesson, it would be “everything ends and we have to be mature enough to change with the times and move on,” but it is not as simple as that. This is an excellent “small” movie where you really get to know and pull for the people in it. The title refers to a teaching point in improvisation and a cover of the Bob Dylan song of that name is heard over the end credits.