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I am no fan of Jane Fonda so I went to this movie today with a sense of obligation to take my wife who really wanted to see it. I was going to tolerate Jane and enjoy the others.
The acting was great. Individually and otherwise.
The four ladies were terrific together and in their scenes with their male partners, were even better.
While the movie is a comedy it covers some serious topics not often discussed in the final quarter of life; losing a spouse, a retirement not planned out, ED, children who want to parent their parents, dating.
I'd recommend this movie to anyone fifty or older.
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