jeudi 5 mai 2016

Mother's Day — A glitzy fluff piece that falls short of the on screen talent — 6*/10

  • Story: Nothing interesting, just more of the usual plus all the old ideas about marriage and kids imposed by society rehashed in a disappointing gruel. There was a few hilarity, though.
  • Setting: Upper class. Just a lot of glitters to make the average viewer continue to dream the American dream.
  • Style: Fluffy.
  • Ending: Somewhat redeeming. The last third at least tries to do something with that disappointing mess.
  • Dialogs: Inadequate, sometimes funny.
  • Characters: Unidimensional. They threw in a gay couple, an Indian and a dead soldier to add diversity. That's weak.
  • Acting: Meh, for the most part. The best ones were Aniston, Hudson and Sudeikis.
  • Known actors: Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Jason Sudeikis, Timothy Olyphant, Hector Elizondo and Julia Roberts.
  • Cameos: Larry Miller and Jennifer Garner.
  • Synopsis & information
  • Entertainment value: Very much average.
  • Who is it for? Those looking for a light fluff piece.