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As these buddies banter about the irritations of getting on and getting along, it does not feel as if the movie were making jokes at their expense.
Intriguing non-pro actors are badly served by a half-baked film.
[An] eager-to-please but creaky and shambling movie.
A palpable sense that these so-called golden years could end at any moment is the film's ultimate punch line.
"Old Goats" is a different kind of film, enjoyable in its uniqueness, though its charms have a limited shelf life.
A low-key, homemade pleasure; a quiet, appealing film about a late chapter in life.
You can see hints of the stories and local color that these men and other Bainbridge Island residents naturally convey. Too bad it's shoehorned into a contrived, meandering elderly bromance.
Even post-retirement, the film seems to say, guys will be guys, and women should go sit somewhere else.
An appealing film reveals the bright side of retirement for three men.
Taylor Guterson's film offers thoughtful, if familiar, comments on friendship, self-doubt, and romantic angst.
It doesn't view old age with the cute 'n' twinkly lens of Hollywood comedies, nor is it Nebraska, let's say. It's a little gem of modest lives and, in its own way, bros before hos.
A near-masterpiece of understated humor and empathy ...
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