Another enjoyable Meyers film with solid casting and acting and a story that will entertain and deliver some life lessons. I enjoy most of Meyers' movies since they focus on mature people going through tough relationships while most Hollywood movies out there depict love and loss among the younger generation. It´s liberating to see Streep, Baldwain and Martin bounce off each other with such ease and charm.
A fun romp with familiar, aged actors who shine with laughs and sentiment - Meyers proves her insight into the way people 'tick' and delivers a warm hearted comedy about living, growing old and the importance of love at any age. I must admit I wasn't pleased with the ending but it makes sense and the balance between 'happy ending' and 'necessary ending' is a tough one here. Baldwin and Streep are perfect together.
Moderately funny; who can resist Meryl Streep? Alec Baldwin is comedic and tragic at the same time, proving his obvious acting ability. I loved Steve Martin and his honest reserve. I think the best part was the group of friends. Nothing to be wowed by, but a nice evening's entertainment.