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I'm not sure how the 1 out of ten made the top comments, considering the movie is rated 6.4 at this time, but c'mon IMDb? It was a touching story. Not great, but certainly not a 1. It's kind of embarrassing that this rating somehow made their top review. A one? Someone has to filter out these kinds of ratings. There's really no basis for such a bad rating, and the average score undoubtedly backs that statement up. I don't mean to rant about it, but I can't help but feel that someone has to be held accountable for misleading the potential viewer, and I have to make this rant at least ten lines, so I'm trying to do what I can to make that happen. I think I just did it. Thanks.
I know a nine is going to seem high. But after a slow start, this movie
begins to grab at you. There are moments you feel the boundaries of
realism have been touched upon, but somehow it all meshes together and
becomes the heartfelt story it's meant to be.
At times, you might suspect the actors were learning improvisational skills on the job, as they most definitely improved scene after scene.
Give this movie the half hour investment of boredom you might endure, and you'll be grateful for the half hour you "suffered" through.
Matthew Perry hasn't had the best of luck in reviews of his movies. I think this movie should certainly help to redeem any sagging career thoughts swirling is his head.