Written September 05, 2015
Alert: these "oranges' instead of being beneficial are a detriment to one's health. Skip this supercilious, embarrassing diatribe about a failed marriage, doomed affair; worst flaw: painfully uninteresting people; barely a nutrient worth imbibing, a calorie- less, bland, boring one hour and thirty two minutes!...
Hugh Laurie, the paradigm of brilliant, caustic wit in the seven- year -role of Doctor "House" is totally unremarkable as a man whose marriage is in hospice; commences a relationship with his best friend's (Oliver Platt) brainless, unaccountable daughter (Leighton Meester); the plot yawningly sinks into a morass of lackluster, lamentable drudgery. I will take the limping, scruffy, curmudgeon "House" in a nanosecond over this clean-shaven, cane- less, vanilla "David"...
ONE & 1/2 STARS! (OUT OF 5)
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Written September 25, 2016
If this never happened to you before you will probably would not understand this movie. But if so you better watch it to be prepared. Though you cannot be prepared for such life circumstances. So just watch it. Don't be a judge. You don't have to take sides. Its just happened and you don't know what to do. No one knows. There is no good choice.
Acting is fabulous! There is no House but there is so familiar facial expressions! And Oliver Platt is the funniest))
I recommend this movie to 15 old and higher. You should know how sometimes life and love turns out. This is so useful experience.
Written June 07, 2013
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Written October 06, 2012
It was a fun movie with a good story, I recommend it!!
Written December 21, 2012
I think it sends a great message saying that age doesn't matter when you love someone. I think the parents should just back off and let the people date and have sex