From his book, and because nobody had listed it here yet (as I noticed as I should link to it…
A young man struggles to correct his life after the death of his father.
Very interesting characters played out by some interesting performers.
Sweet! Nothing that will change your life but it could put a smile on your face.
One of the sweetest movies ever to watch on a cold winter day.
As relationship movies go, this is okay, not great but doesn’t suck. What made me rate it a bit above average was the incredibly fine acting of Donald Sutherland as the aging grandfather contemplating suicide as an end of life choice. The romantic relationship between a stuck-in-Minneapolis loser (Joshua Jackson) and a transient caregiver (Juliette Lewis) was a bit of “who cares?” A better question is: How is it that Sutherland has never been nominated for an Oscar???
Being a) a lover of cinema; b) a peruser of film books and movie criticism; and c) an enthusiast of…