I’d heard negative things about this movie, but no one gave me much to go on, and the trailer made me curious. So I had the time, a showing fit my schedule, so I saw it. And I’m glad I did. This is a film that finds humor on awkward moments, those day-to-day things that happen that just leave you going, “Did that really just happen?”
The plot is unpredictable and dabbles into various people’s lives, just enough to give you a taste, before redirecting you to someone else. Still, the plot has a steady flow and comes full circle in the end. The cinematography is impressive, as are some of the scenes–full tap dancing and cattle roping skills.
Overall, if you’d like a softer comedy that isn’t full of crude humor, then this is a good one to see.