What a humble and heartfelt film that actually has something to say! I watched the trailer and assumed it would be heavy, but the trailer doesn't do this film justice. Its more than that. It's about a decorated police officer who is literally going through the worst time of his life. Losing his mom, divorce, shaky child custody and who is also having a hell of a time at work, so yeah, it's heavy. But fortunately it's interspersed with comedy in places you wouldn't expect it. We laughed aloud so many times. We also teared up. It's a beautiful story about a fighter who is falling apart but still not down for the count ("If you see me wrestling an alligator. . . help the alligator"). Themes of family, loss, and coping are prevalent. The film shows that it isn't so much about winning the game of life as it is about just making it through it with someone you love. I went through every emotion, but when the credits rolled there was a smile on my face and a tear in my eye. Too bad we live in the era where "Black Panther" and "Get Out" receive obligatory Oscar nods, and the days AND The Academy that nominated "The English Patient" and "Good Will Hunting" are long past, otherwise, this humble little movie would've OWNED Oscar night.