A candid take on the modern 2-point-4 family and relationship friction. Fantastic soundtrack, mellow characters, and a charming, slow burning story. Even though the sentiment becomes too saccharine in it’s closing moments, this is solid-Sunday viewing.
THE GOOD: Long live the Ruffalo.
THE BAD: The rich and cheesy ending.
THE UGLY: Julianne Moore’s horticultural endeavours.