After the passing of his son in a shooting, a man's life whose work is tour around around the world starts to crumble down but there might be life at the end of the tunnel.
Before there was "Solo: A Star Wars Story," Lawrence Kasdan wrote a movie that encapsulates to perfection the word average. Its hard to call this romantic movie, a bad movie, but its also hard to call it good. The script has his moments, there are some endearment and cute moments, but it felt all generic.
Performances are serviceable, though if you are really into dogs you might get pissed at Geena Davis' character's form of training, which often than not borderlines into the realm of animal cruelty.
All in all, if you are seriously into romantic movies from the 80s, you may enjoy this, otherwise I guess you can skip this.