Old Fashioned (2015)
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as Amber Hewson
as Brad/"Lucky Chucky"
as Clay Walsh
as Aunt Zella
Critic Reviews for Old Fashioned
The leading man often seems more like a brooding menace in this handsomely produced but painfully slow faith-based romantic drama.
It's incredibly rare to see an American movie with a Christian perspective that's more invested in philosophizing and empathizing than in eschatological pandering, and for that alone "Old Fashioned" deserves commendation.
Disturbing is the film's apparent conviction that the surefire way to a woman's heart involves lots of candles and a mani-pedi, the sort of notion that isn't so much cute and old-fashioned as it is acutely offensive.
The movie is self-conscious about its more on-the-nose aspects, which doesn't help much. It's also self-conscious about the weirdness of the world it espouses, which does.
It must be pretty neat to make a movie that mostly consists of people telling you how chivalrous and morally right you are and how much everybody loves you, but that's no excuse for making it this boring.
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