There’s an undeniable early-’90s feel to Jamie Travis’ likable comedy For a Good Time, Call…
, even though it was released in 2012. The premise -- that two friends would start a successful phone-sex line -- seems thoroughly anachronistic in an age when seemingly all adult-oriented content is consumed on the Internet. On top of that, the barrage of dialogue this movie throws at you, chock-full of sardonic quips, offhand sexual details, and emotional frankness, recalls Gen X low-budget indies like Clerks
or Walking and Talking
. Fortunately, once it gets past its by-the-numbers setup, For a Good Time, Call…
earns a place among those era-defini...