I never know what to expect whenever I see a Noah Baumbach movie. I like half of them (Margot) and loathe the other half (Frances Ha) But I always feel something, and I because of that, I hold his films with high regard. So of course, I was looking forward to “While We’re Young.” I even liked the idea of the plot – a couple in their 40s (Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts) befriend a young one (Adam Driver and Amanda Seyfried) and discover things about themselves. The film starts out funny, and I can identify with a lot of the situations. This is one of those New York movies – perhaps only New Yorkers can really understand the film – and this one even has a Brooklyn touch. Stiller and Watts are so convincing as a couple – I have met and known this couple – and Driver and Seyfried represent the typical young hipster couple to a T. But I wanted more a movie that is more internal than the semi-morality play that we have here. There are tons of funny bits, but the last third of the move turned irritating for me. It’s still worth seeing all in all – the performances alone is worth the price of a ticket – but your mileage may vary.