Written September 28, 2016
Guess I was expecting more from Barbra Streisand. Very slow in the beginning. There were some parts that were very funny others I sat and wondered. Huh? Be sure to stay for the credits. There are some good out takes and scenes cut that happen to be some of the best part of his film. If there are other movies out there you'd rather see, by pass this one and wait until it comes on cable!
Written August 25, 2016
If you want a feel good movie that doesn't come together until the last four minutes, then this is fir you. Sen.t,h is a little underplayed, but Streisand does not go over the top showing restraint. A great diversion if you like Babs who can show more acting ability with a look, or an eyebrow arch, than most modern "actors"
Written May 27, 2016
The best laughs were in the TV advertisements. Barbra Steisand is excellent as the neurotic Mother. Seth Rogen is good at being the continuously anxious, socially uncomfortable and unaware son who is trying to pitch a product with no idea how to accomplish his goal. Interesting trip across country with some expected outcomes. Not what I would recommend for a good set of laughs, more moments of anxiousness watching people stumble round each other. Would wait till on pay per view of NetFlix
Written October 01, 2016
i liked the movie a lot. the suttle humor from the son may have been missed by some but i thought it was very funny.
i felt sorry for the "daughter" who's sole line was basically "hi, i'm Joyce" had such a small part. but, a part that brought the whole movie together and shocked everybody. (i think)
Written December 08, 2016
As a mother with grown sons I understood exactly how the mother ( Barbra Streisand) felt. I laughed, but also shed a couple tears during the hotel scene when she told him exactly how she felt. Young children would not understand this movie. My husband found it very funny.
It summed up a lot of the things a mother feels. I loved the ending!