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Movie Review: And So It Goes

Movie Review: And So It Goes

| On 07, Aug 2014

And So It Goes is out in cinemas now.

So to start off I should make clear that I am not usually a fan of the great American comedy/drama/romance movies that make a habit of turning up in cinemas every season.

But I was pleasantly surprised by And So It Goes (however that could have been due to my very low expectations). So please don’t take my word for it!

The film stars Michael Douglas as Oren, a self-obsessed real estate agent whose life is thrown into chaos after his estranged son leaves a grand-daughter he didn’t know about in his care. In classic Diane Keaton fashion, her character, Lean (Oren’s neighbour) comes to the rescue and helps share the guardianship of the grand-daughter.

Images courtesy of Think Tank Communications

Through a series of events Oren ultimately learns how to love again. And So It Goes is a tale that proves it is never too late to change your path and open up your heart to happiness – touching.

However there are some twists and turns thrown in for good measure (like the MOST unrealistic labour scene I have ever witnessed) that make And So It Goes stand out amongst the usual all-in-one comedy/drama/romance we’re use to.

So if you’re after something easy, something with a nice ending and something familiar And So It Goes could be exactly what you’re looking for.

And So It Goes is out in cinemas on 7 August.

Images courtesy of Think Tank Communications