Mark Dujsik’s review published on Letterboxd :
Each and every conflict in Home Again is ultimately resolved with three or fewer lines of dialogue. They're simple lines, too, like an apology, a statement of steadfastness, a declaration of friendship above all else, and admitting that a relationship that, by all appearances, has seemed finished from the start is, indeed, finished. The entire story could get where it ends up within half an hour or so, but that would require that these seemingly intelligent people would be smart enough to say what needs to be said, when it needs to be said.
See my full review at Mark Reviews Movies.