The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

The Meyerowitz Stories feels the warmth of cinematic grain and the comfortable look of his past features, feeling like something Sydney Pollack or Woody Allan might have produced in the 1970s, but with less cynicism and fewer one-liners. It’s a stable film of a contemporary family that plays its emotions rather well with a good balance of dry comedy and drama, although a greater focus on the maligned daughter’s of the story might have been appreciated.

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