Alex & The List (2017)

TV-PG   |    |  Comedy, Romance


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Dog trainer Alex is about to propose when his girlfriend gives him a list of changes, she would like him to do.


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  • Jennifer Morrison in Alex & The List (2017)
  • Patrick Fugit and Jennifer Morrison in Alex & The List (2017)
  • Patrick Fugit, Aaron Staton, and Karen Gillan in Alex & The List (2017)
  • Patrick Fugit, Jennifer Morrison, and Karen Gillan in Alex & The List (2017)
  • Patrick Fugit and Jennifer Morrison in Alex & The List (2017)

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7 May 2018 | pkpera
4
| Not a comedy, even less a romance
Funny moments were really rare, same is with dialogs. Since it is described in storyline, and visible well on movie poster, I will not spoil if say that only reasonable reaction, what can normal man do when gets such list is rejection, even break. What is done actually, but after it we have more than 1 hour of pretty much surreal human behavior and even characters. That pseudo Italian guy - come on. There is no parent who wanted such idiot for his daughter. Acting was actually good. Karen Gillan is now on top, it's sure. But not sure she will be proud with this movie. Actually, her character was only one, what could be considered as realistic, normal human behaving, despite was presented as some quirky one. Irony ? Indeed, there was some irony in all this. The reason for low ratings is in story, bleak main character, and for sure in some plot holes. And mostly because the ending. First stage of ending was little over top. Not romance at all. Then very-very finale ... Hmm that reminded me on movie with Diane Lane and those four legged creatures :-) Yes, happiness has different ways, money is certainly not it, nor white toots. Writers were happy with what they done, I guess. Most of people not, it seems. This was better watchable than my rating of 4 suggests. But I was really disappointed by story development and ending - no, it is not unhappy ending, just to say it. What genre was it, really ? "You, the viewer have too much time, and you are not much smart. We did good job teaching and amusing you." Actors and we deserve better.

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