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Our Souls at Night honors the quiet strength of its source material by offering a simple yet sturdy canvas for two talented veteran leads to bring its story to life.
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Much of this is too hokey by half, yet the two leading actors, their skills unfaded, command your attention to the end.
These are good people, and these are great actors portraying these good people, and if you not rooting for Louis and Addie to find comfort and love and peace with one another in their last years, then I just don't know what to tell you.
A contrived but surprisingly enjoyable return visit with two frequent co-stars and a few other wonderful actors.
Our Souls at Night is a small film, and it's often such a placid one that it feels like it's standing in place.
Those who stop to savor it could find themselves richly rewarded in witnessing this pair together again on screen.
As comforting, low-key and unfussy as your grandmother's tablecloth.
Despite its great lead duo, Ritesh Batra's film is a rather bland and uninvolving offering, too flimsy to land with any real impact.
Whether it's Mumbai, London or Colorado, Batra's protagonists go through the motions in a way that makes anything - a tiffin mix-up, a posthumous letter or a purposeful knock on the door - worth pursuing merely to break the monotony.
Neustadter and Weber's dialogue is simultaneously a showcase of naturalism and of calculated specificity. Nothing is over-explained or overstated. Nothing seems written.
It's a gift to be able to watch Redford and Fonda on screen together again. There's not much else to do but say thanks.
"Our Souls" is a welcome chance to see two wonderful actors bring out the best in each other.
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