Boynton Beach Club (2006)
Critic Consensus: While the movie has been praised for showcasing a cinematically underused and disrespected age group, it also has the small-screen feel of a silly sitcom.
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as Anita Stern
as Betty Hammond
as Lucille Parisi
as Mrs. Herman
as Taxi Driver
as Woman in Pool
as DMV Clerk
as Art Teacher
as `Boy Toy' Lady
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Critic Reviews for Boynton Beach Club
Seidelman maintains the narrow path between ridicule and dignity in a movie that dishes out humour even-handedly, but spares the characters total humiliation.
Replaces one set of clichés with another, and does what all lame comedies do to young and old alike: It robs them of their humanity and makes them cute.
There's no character in the group who doesn't ooze good-natured charm.
Unsatisfying comedy-drama, which features a cheesy golden-oldies soundtrack that feels even more packaged than the dialogue.
More a series of anecdotes than an insightful dramedy and relies too much on absurd coincidences and needless sitcom-style lying.
Seidelman's movie doesn't dig deep, and the comedy too quickly veers into routine relationship territory -- albeit with wrinkles.
Audience Reviews for Boynton Beach Club
Pleasant diversion with an able cast who don't get a chance to be featured prominently any longer. Dyan while good in her role looks like hell.
Positively quaint enough to be embraced by its core demographic and withstood by everybody else.
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