Friends With Kids Thank You Roundup

I go to the movies to escape. This movie had an All-Star cast and very well acted, but the plot was way too honest, realistic, and downright uncomfortable. Not really my cup of tea. Imagine your best friends arguing about their relationship issues right in front of you. Now extend this for an hour and a half and you pretty much get Friends With Kids. Once again, the cast featuring Adam Scott, Jennifer Westfeldt, and Maya Rudolph, turned in strong performances. Chris O’Dowd (Hedo Turkoglu’s twin) was loveable and Jon Hamm was quite convincing as the brutally honest jerk of the group. But if I wanted to watch relationship struggles to the highest degree, I could just turn on Keeping up with the Kardashians from the comfort of my home.

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Buck

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8 Responses

  1. Hunter says:

    There seems to be a LOT of movies being pushed of this genre right now. Maybe I’m just noticing them all because I’m in the middle of it? I’ll wait for it to hit Netflix, thanks for the heads-up.

  2. Lately we’ve been watching old, old movies on tv. I’m talking about films from the 1930s. They are pretty amazing. Good acting, plenty of vintage cars/clothes/buildings, and often a good story. We enjoyed watching Edgar G. Robinson a lot the other night. What a great actor!

  3. I recall this got okay reviews but never garnered my attention. I still expected it to do much better than it did, given the cast. Sometimes “sure things” and “winning combinations” can’t escape the reality that some concepts are best left just that.

  4. Jai Catalano says:

    You are going to need to escape a lot. I still do from time to time. Are you doing any more podcasts? If so when?

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