The script is drab and aimless, but like its moping hero, Honeymooner has a certain shaggy charm and doesn't wear out its welcome.
| Original Score: 3/5
It reminded me of Graham Fellows's 1978 novelty song celebrating self-pity, "Jilted John". Quite a pleasant memory.
A modest look at love and friendship but Spector manages to tell it with a generous heart and a sharp-eye for what makes relationships tick.
A low-key but engaging relationship drama, Honeymooner is light on plot but strong on character, thanks to a sharply observed script and superb performances from Kearns, Coghill and Weaver.
Fantastically unambitious, cliched and snooze-inducing.
| Original Score: 2/5
The observations on male double standards all seem rather obvious and the arbitrary resolution comes across as the purest contrivance.
| Original Score: 1/5
A real, authentic look at love and commitment.