Definitely, Maybe Reviews
All in all, not fantastic, but rather nice. A good watch on a rainy evening to stay in.
The script is the expected and it is something perfect for a rainy evening in the couch under a blanket.
I'm constantly leary of Reynolds bc of van wilder and r.i.p.d., but he gets room to be a tiny bit sarcastic, and hence seems able to be present and involving here, especially w the sweetly amazing Abigail Breslin.
Its about Reynolds telling his daughter Breslin how he met her mom, and the three ladies involved.
Its even for guys - they will like Isla, Elizabeth and Rachel, and can relate to Reynolds dilemma w all 3.
A solid heartfelt romance that smiles.
Perfectly layered story, no romcom zaniness, no guffaws - just ignore the distastful first five mins where they have Breslin talk about sex ed, supposedly for laughs. Unfunny, kinda crass.
After that, it settled into a nice, upbeat ride. Kevin Klein is subtly great and steals his 3 scenes - he's the funny one here.
All 4 leading ladies make Reynolds job easy, but he does actually carry this movie well.
The sweetly sublime Breslin brings a few tears, and is the heart of the whole affair.
3.5 of 5