The pretext of the movie, which was directed in broadbrush-cartoon style by Anne Fletcher from a coarse-textured script by Dan Fogelman, is a road trip taken by mother, Joyce, and son, Andrew. show more
A creakily old-fashioned comedy that forgot to pack the laughs along with the nudging and kvetching. show more
The film's feel-good message is undermined by its ultimate purpose: As a vindication of the rights of Jewish mothers to annoy their children as much as they please. show more
Love the guy in other movies but this one is a bad one in a lot of aspects
This movie is absolutely worth taking some time out of your day to watch. It is definitely a clean, soft witty kind of comedy, with a heartwarming story, that teaches that even after growing up we may still have some growing up to do. I\'m 21 and both boyfriend and I enjoyed this film very much.
flat movie, so annoying. a waste of two hours.