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Late Bloomers (2011)

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The struggles of Mary and her husband adjusting to retirement.

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Adam
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Mary
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Nora
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Giulia
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James
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Maya
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Benjamin
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Leo
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Peter
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The struggles of Mary and her husband adjusting to retirement.

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No chemistry between the two great leads
13 December 2013 | by See all my reviews

Adam (William Hurt) is an architect struggling to find money for his latest project. He refuses to accept his aging. While his wife Mary (Isabella Rossellini) is trying to adjust. They are not getting along. And the grown kids notice the friction.

It's not a particularly lovable couple. That's my first impression. Nothing in the movie changed that impression. And the ending rang hollow. It felt like it came out of nowhere. I'm not sure if this was supposed to be funny. At least, I didn't get the humor. Rossellini fumbling with her pool noodles was head scratching. The movie really needs somebody with comic timing either in front or behind the camera. This movie had neither. I wish this was a better movie. The two great lead actors deserve a better movie. It just never gel. They really never got the chemistry right.


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