Thursday, October 10, 2013
Enough Said: But here's the MS's 2 cents
Enough has been said about this flick being a grown-up romantic comedy.
Plenty has also been said about the fine acting. Yes, James Gandolfini, who died too soon last spring, could play a role diametrically opposed to his famous character: Tony Soprano. As for Julia Louis-Dreyfus, she's a bit like Elaine in Seinfeld. But that's OK.
The movie attempts to show the hurtles of finding love the second (or third or fourth) time around. It breaks the mold in that it's not predictable at every turn.
But is is realistic?
Take your pick. This flick seems to have two endings. One for hopeful romantics. The other for hopeless realists.