Admission

By nanarice1
Written April 15, 2013
I think Tina Fey is a great actress, and that made me like the movie, she didn't let me down. I also thought that Paul Rudd did a great job with the part. The story line moved a litle slow and I felt that the end was not what I like for an ending. It didn't give me enough of a closing, and I felt it left too much incompleted.
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By monsehinojosa
Written July 01, 2013
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More serious than you might expect

By charlesm1950
Written August 30, 2014
Tina Fey turns out to be a competent serious actress in addition to being able to do slapstick comedy. Perhaps I was in a bad mood when I walked in but I was expecting a lighter story with more laughs. At least that's what the trailers had led me to expect. Overall, not a bad way to spend 2 hours but I didn't walk away feeling better than I walked in.
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Big Waste of Money

By grammyd7
Written December 27, 2014
I love Tina Fey and Paul Rudd but, there is no chemistry and the story line was all over the place, if your curious spend your money at Redbox.
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A Bit Akin To A TV Movie Without Commercials But Pleasant.

By Alon Patterson
Written September 17, 2014
This is a modestly entertaining film with a basic formulaic screenplay. It's well executed and includes a surprisingly long over-due screen reappearance of Lily Tomlin. Sadly, Lily's character is unsubstantial and as a consequence, her performance here is little more than a cameo. While there's nothing much new here, the onscreen chemistry between Fey and Rudd is warm and believable. The story's a little weak but the total package is enjoyable enough to warrant a matinee ticket, even a DVD or steam rental. See it. You won't be disappointed.
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