Jason Kempe’s review published on Letterboxd:
I felt happy, sad, funny, angry, and confused watching the incredible story about divorce and how horrible it can be. This felt like a play as the film would cut to black signaling the start of a different chapter in the divorce. It was made so well. Even the little details at the beginning about the cabinets not being shut or Nicole really playing with Henry is shown throughout the film. My favorite part is how we see Henry becoming more and more poorly dressed as the divorce happens because Charlie is becoming so focused on keeping Henry that he is forgetting about raising him. And that climax really shows the talent that Scarlet Johansson and Adam Driver have.
I can see how people find the score annoying.
Also am I wrong or is this a lot funnier than I remember?