The 5 Best Films For Cat Lovers (That Aren’t The Movie Cats)
Its pathos is so disingenuous and suffocating that not even Human Embodiment of Charm Paul Rudd can salvage it. He plays a depressed author (purple flag No. 1) who’s going by way of a divorce (pink flag No. 2) following the premature death of his son (red flag No. 3), and coping by taking new work as a stay-in caregiver (purple flag No. four) for a wise-aleck teen (pink flag No. 5). Together, they set out on a cross-nation street trip (purple flag No. 6) and choose up a potential love curiosity for the boy in a streetwise drifter lady (purple flag No. 7), who can be Selena Gomez (pink flag No. 8).
Bindley sends them on Instagram-filtered stroll-and-talks down Chicago streets at magic hour, rattling off notable alumni of NYU’s movie school (she’s a cineaste-in-coaching, he has … Read MoreRead More