Old, sad, and lonely seems to be a go to formula for a character driven piece in Hollywood.  Reflecting on life, your choices and deciding on how/if to move forward.  Sam Elliot is brilliant, as would be expected.  As though it’s film written for him.  All other components of the movie are pretty standard.  Long, drawn out, as is his pain, other than to watch Elliot, not much to see.  Sorry, can’t recommend it as date night but if your looking for a companion for your sadness, this one may do.

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