Acting - 84%
Story - 30%
Cast - 53%
Pace - 60%
Originality - 35%
A touching drama about love and life. Not a tear jerker, but a movie that makes you think about your own long-term relationship.
Morgan Freeman (Alex Carver) and Diane Keeton (Ruth Carver) are an elderly, life-long married couple looking to move out of their New York apartment, that they have lived in for 20 years.
When they finally decide to make the leap to something smaller and more manageable, they are confronted with a barrage of real estate agent wars, buzz words, odd lingo only to be found in the middle of a sales war with another agent.
How could I ever dislike a movie where we hear Morgan Freeman’s voice. But back to the movie, it was fine.
A sweet movie about a life long love, respect, and admiration between two human beings, going through a big change in their lives together. It’s a sweet movie with two very seasoned actors that make both characters very old and relatable.
For a warming drama about old love, this is a great movie for the grandparents and the young going steady crowd, wondering if their ten-year relationship will stand the test of time. It will make you think.