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Plot: A self-absorbed realtor enlists the help of his neighbor when he's suddenly left in charge of the granddaughter he never knew existed until his estranged son drops her off at his home. Runtime: 94 mins Release Date: 25 Jun 2014
Its Common, Natural and Simple (by ramakrishna-kothapeta)
Thanks to the whole production unit for making a natural, simple and lovable movie. Especially in this era where Hollywood making so many sci-fi's, fiction & technical movies, this movie along with blended is refreshing. Lead Role Performance of Michael Douglas & Diane Keaton is exceptional. A completely different role for Michael Douglas and he excel it with ease. For Diane Keaton this is a tailored made role. I really appreciate the lead roles performance and they make you believe age is not a factor for performance in fact their performance shows more maturity with their age. I <more>
saw the premier of this movie y'day without any expectations and I am very impressed and pleased with the presentation of the movie. I would definitely suggest others to watch this movie.
Wow, a movie with human should from Hollywood:- (by criirsara2000)
Recently I did not see many Hollywood movies anymore, as often in my opinion they are too much about special effects, and stories lack in soul and depth. And I don't like the typical sci-fi with lots of combat scenes. This movie was different from the usual ones, so I was glad that I have seen it. It's a movie full of warmth of human relationships, and that makes it a really lovely and also touching and very delicate in many parts of it. It's also witty, and makes one laugh a lot. Michael Douglas is brilliant in his character, as well as Diane Keaton and the little girl. It's <more>
movie about the up's and down's of life, but full of positive emotions who come out of persons with a quite rough life.
I enjoyed this movie. I didn't expect any fancy special effects, just a story about two people, Diane Keaton and Michael Douglas, who are both widowed. During a heated discussion, Diane Keaton reluctantly admits to Michael Douglas or Oren Little that she's 65—no need to because she looks great – not like an over-botox, over- collagen-ed Hollywood movie star over the age of 40. Anyway, Keaton, or Leah, is trying to find herself and is doing a wonderful job as a lounge singer, although a little weepy during her act—but this just adds to the sweetness of the movie. Oren Little is <more>
a grumpy real estate sales person, who finds it hard to be happy. But, with a Rob Reiner movie, we KNOW that the main characters are going to fall in love and eventually be happy. Thank you, Rob! Throw in a little family dysfunction, a little sadness, and a little of life's discontent. However, add new family members, people going out of their way to help one another, and love blossoms all around. The songs Diane Keaton sings during her act are actually her singing. No stand in. Her songs are soulful and wonderful. Definite feel-good movie! Highly recommend!
I found this movie charming witty touching and well cast and acted. The humor was original to this story and spontaneous laugh out loud at times. Written by the same person as 'As Good as it Gets' there is one similarity with the caustic man who later does some really wonderful things like Jack Nicholson in that movie. Michael Douglas as a crusty old realtor has a role that is tailor made for him and the drug addict son plot is quite touching since there are real life similarities. He always delivers his lines just right. Diane Keaton as his tenant sings well and doesn't over do <more>
it too hysterically like she does some times. They are well paired so it's not icky. Sterling Jerins the little girl from the Conjuring plays the grand daughter and she is very sweet and touching. Frances Sternhagen is a very welcome presence. Frankie Valli makes a too short cameo. Liked the jokes related to showing the house.Don't know why a delightful movie like this has been so savaged by critics. Compared to other recent rom coms with older actors, it is better than "Hope Springs" with Tommy Lee Jones and Meryl Streep which was cringe inducing and better than "It's Complicated" with Meryl and Alec Baldwin which felt forced and contrived.
An appreciation of a movie for seasoned adults (by jfritzpat)
I have enjoyed Keaton and Douglas for years - I'm not that far behind them in the birthdays I've celebrated. And this movie is no exception. My wife and I found wonderful texture in the use of minor plot points to enhance the larger story. For instance - the stray dog which at first is disliked and then accepted...the metaphor of caterpillar and butterfly. It was all very nicely done in a story that evolved at a leisurely pace and with the layers one would expect in a life. As person expecting to see fewer years than I have already seen I appreciate films that reflect some of what I <more>
have experienced - and some of which I wish I had experienced. Movies such as these remind us, also, of the value of looking ahead to what life can hold no matter the number of years that have crinkled your brows.
This movie has been crucified by most critics as being bland and vapid, lacking in any emotional connection that would raise it to the level of, oh, say, Something's Gotta Give another Keaton vehicle , or whatever other older rom-com you might want to mention. It is not that bad. I sat in the theater, before the show, and read the critical reviews on IMDb and was waiting for disaster! But I was pleasantly surprised! The guy who wrote As Good As It Gets penned this film. It's a knock off on that effort, one that one several Academy Award. I left feeling the same way I did after <more>
watching that film. This is a good movie. It is engaging and poignant, and has lines particularly those from Frances Sternhagen that are hilarious. Yes, the theatre was not full when I went, and those in attendance were over 50. I'm not sure why critics would be so upset, just because a movie plays to a particular demographic...My only complaint about Mr. Reiner whose directorial efforts seem to be continually skewered is that he really didn't need to play the piano player....otherwise, this film works, just as many other older rom-coms do. The supporting cast is uniformly excellent and the only clichéd scene is the abrupt childbirth sequence.This is a good movie.
Moody comedy or Romantic reflection (by justbusinessthebook)
Okay, I get it about formal, paid critics, I think. They are poor slobs who have the envious task that every citizen in any democracy would want. Go to a movie theatre. Slop a little of the sugary sudsies down your top so that you can scratch it off with your finger later. And toss a little of that white fluffy stuff down the cleavage of your chosen partner of the evening. Then go home and write a cynical review. Because, sadly, the maximum ecstasy you were expecting did not appear. This is especially true if that partner you were hoping to shag, yawned and went home on their own instead of <more>
agreeing to make mountains out of mole hills by drinking real suds and sliding caviar down your gullet while both of you were wallowing through, yawn, 'just another movie' from your leather couch after watching 'just another movie' in a privileged theatre viewing.And that is why I do not give a leaping leprechaun for what the 'real critics' write about movie reviews anymore. Oh, I confess that I might sneak a peak at a 'new movie!' review in, gasp!, a real newspaper before the public of viewers get to shag or rage about it on the ever present internet. But, for me, what matters is what the poor sods who clog our streets, scraping popcorn off the pavement to survive another day, have to say. Why? For us poor sods who are simply looking for a short escape away from our boring, or oversexed, lives yes, the latter is me! Yeah, right! I did see a flying Leprechaun just swing by in the trees of my small town jungle! , a movie either means something or it doesn't.In my estimation, this movie means something because it actually challenged my emotions... yeah, I even cried a little in parts of it, male hard guy that I am. It is well acted, at least enough so that it seems to have some possible realities in it while allowing us that little bit of fantasy we really, really need. And it is an easy watch with Diane Keaton in it, fulfilling the possibility that aging romance can actually be fun and sexy. And that it is a possibility because? I am old.So, yeah, if I had Michael Douglas' apparent money bags, I would buy this movie and store it so that, one day, I could take it down and go soggy sentimental over the premise of the possibilities for 'true love' at any stage of our life that the movie tries to sell us.Perhaps the problem is that whomever labels these things is some infamous flying Leprechaun who sits up in some tree and swings this movie's credits into a 'romantic comedy' when it is more about soft romantic reflection.It did not make me laugh that much. But it did make me smile, and even with the memories of what love can really be, was good enough to mellow me out for one evening... and leave me hoping that I might have time, one day, to watch it again, not for the moody comedy it sometimes broke into but because, hey, I am a guy who even likes a little romantic reflection once in a while.Even if I have not seen a flying Leprechaun lately.