When a new dad (Justin Bartha) has to return home to bury his estranged father, things take a turn for the complicated when the dead man's final wish is to have his ashes scattered on the field of his favorite professional sports team.
Jonathan leaves the office everyday at noon. When he gets home, he goes to sleep. Every morning he wakes up and there is a breakfast prepared for him along with a video telling him about the second part of his day.
A small-town nurse named Susette Kelo emerges as the reluctant leader of her working-class neighbors in their struggle to save their homes from political and corporate interests bent on ... See full summary »
Callum Keith Rennie
After attempting suicide following his wife's death, a Mississippi insurance agent moves in with his sister in Los Angeles, then into an apartment building filled with a group of interesting Hollywood people - nothing he has ever been used to, but perhaps he fits in well.
First of all, you should know one thing about me: i often love movies others hate and hate movies others love. i found his movie to be sweet and tough, tender and honest. i laughed and cried, and i don't do that for the same movie often. with all the fuss and hoopla, i thought this would be a cringing, transgendered tale, but it was not. it was a great romantic drama i highly recommend. i only wish it was a little longer so we could see more of freda's life on the street and a bit of their life after commitment. that's how much i resonated with them. as for the drama surrounding this film, i think they picked the best people for ALL the roles. i've always loved matt bomer and i am now a john carroll lynch fan.
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