Has everyone seen this movie? I hope so, for your sake.
If not, add it to your netflix que, stat.
I saw this movie a few years ago when it came out. I was visiting California, and my mom and I went to Claremont to see it. Her treat.
Effortless. That's how I describe it, and it's about as good a compliment as I can give. It felt effortless. There was no calculated tugging at heartstrings (gross, really, when you think about it. heartstrings?), no cloyingly sweet moments. Just nice. Understated. Well written, well acted. Sweet, smart, witty, ironic, soulful.
I have orchestrated a visual to help you understand how I feel about this movie: