Suffers from "idiot plot" likeall Tyler Perry movies.
But for a man worth $600 million, why the fuck do half of his movies look so cheap?!
The great thing about the structure of this film is that you can pay attention to a different performance every time you watch.
The first time I was floored by Driver and Dern.
This time, it was Scarlett that jumped out.
Her Nicole not only displays vulnerability but does the journey into a fully realized person. She crafts a new life based on her wants (not Charlie's) but remains less jaded than Nora.
The comedic performances also stands out even…
If you haven't read The New Yorker article about the author of the novel that this movie adapts, it's almost certainly a more interesting mystery than this film will be.