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[Of her 33-year marriage]
You two need to know the truth. It's no picnic!
Were you in love in the beginning?
Not so much.
I thought you were madly in love.
That's what we told you when you were younger. It was a good story, it made you happy.
You were never in love? That's... that's depressing!
That's why we didn't tell you.
You learn to love. You *learn* to love, because you're *stuck* with each other.
Well, not stuck. Um - *hinged*. Hinged! You're ...
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Loved this movie from start to finish. The script is intelligent and wonderfully humorous. In a day and age where comedy is stricken with a poverty of feeling and nuances, this movie is a brilliant example of how comedy could skillfully be presented with a generous dose of insight and wisdom.
The actors portraying Ira and Abby and the supporting cast are so genuine that it's hard to believe that they are unreal. I believe that we don't need any more sadness from the celluloid medium anymore than we already have in our lives, so I love happy movies. This movie is a celebration of happiness and delivers it in dollops.
I strongly recommend that you go and see it as soon as you can. It is bound to lift your spirits and fill you with joy!
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