Just Add Water Reviews
This is like one of those movies that I'd catch at a crazy hour on a sunday night on bbc2 when they assume people will be in bed before they decided that putting the news on all night was more cost effective or ceefax pages, anyway, it's a subtle comedy of the absurd, which is is an oxymoron but that suits what this film does.
Ray is a happy guy who not even finding out his teenage son isn't his and is in fact the offspring of brother who has been having a 18 year affair with ray's wife can dampen his eternal hope in the inherent good of mankind. Jonah Hill plays Ray's son and is just being the character he always plays, DeVito is great but underused but the best stuff comes from the interaction between the two main characters and the good natured character traits that only the display, like kindness, common sense and a true love that neither has shared up until now despite it long being built up.
It's not a perfect movie by any means and it's easy to see why it never got it's cinema release but it's well worth two hours of anyones time.