The wistful family drama of Landline almost chokes on its own sense of nostalgia. Set in the mid-90s, the film follows a family as it slowly implodes. Oldest daughter Jenny Slate is having a quarter-life crisis dealing with a grown-up world she isn’t ready for and a fiancé (Jay Duplass) she’s not sure if she wants to marry. Teenage sister Abby Quinn is sneaking out at night, doing all the bad things parents worry their kids are doing. Dad John Turturro is a passive and bored creative. And mom Edie Falco is a woman on the verge. Despite how well-executed, it’s still a bit overstuffed and exhausting.