Written February 28, 2009
I hadn't heard much about this, but just went to see it tonight after an article in the paper talked positively about it. What a great movie! It was so cute to see the old actors in such a fun role. Go see it!
Written March 01, 2009
What a terrific movie!! My wife and I hadn't felt this way since we saw (and loved) "When Harry Met Sally". The ending is terrific!!
Written March 13, 2009
I went down south florida and saw the movie the night it came out. It was so funny that I wanted to come home and tell my friends about it, but the problem is that it was only showing in South Florida, and I live in Spring Hill Fl. I can't wait for it to get here, due to I laugh saw hard that I am afraid I missed some of the parts.
Written July 30, 2009
This tells the story of David (PAUL CAMPBELL), a smooth-talking car salesman who works for his dad (CLINT HOWARD) from whom he was estranged for years. He was raised mainly by his Grandpa Joe (ANDY GRIFFITH), whom he regularly visits in a nursing home. Paul believes in playing games, both to sell his cars & to deal with pretty women who are like playthings to him. To help keep widower Andy interested in life, he tries to get HIM to play mind games with women in the home. When Andy tries that, he gets much more than he bargained for from resident Edna (LIZ SHERIDAN) & less than he hopes for from Rose (DORIS ROBERTS). But, when Paul chances to meet Rose’s granddaughter Julie (MARLA SOKOLOFF), he falls hard for her— tho she confounds him by her initial disinterest in him. The film tells the story of the very FUNNY & often sweet evolving relationships between the characters. Andy & the other seniors are dynamic, the young people are wonderfully natural, & the film’s an unexpected sweet GEM
Written March 04, 2009
If you have kids and can relate to the kid/parent/grandparent dynamic, this movie is REALLY FUNNY!!!! MUST SEE!!! Go see it in Florida now, or ask your local theater when they are getting it.