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Movie Description: Life for a newly separated mother of two takes an unexpected turn when she agrees to let three young men move in the guest house at her Los Angeles home.
Release Date: Friday, September 8, 2017
Running Time: 1 hour 37 minutes
Motion Picture Rating (MPAA): Rated PG-13 for some thematic and sexual material.
Writer/Director: Hallie Meyers-Shyer
|Reese Witherspoon as Alice Kinney|
|Lola Flanery as Isabel Kinney and Eden Grace Redfield as Rosie Kinney
(Photo from Lola Flanery’s Twitter page)
|Candice Bergen as Lillian Stewart, Reese Witherspoon as Alice Kinney, Nat Wolff as Teddy, Jon Rudnitsky as George and Pico Alexander as Harry|
|Writer/Director Hallie Meyers-Shyer and Reese Witherspoon|
- The Proposal (2009)
- Just Friends (2005)
- Sweet Home Alabama (2002)
- While You Were Sleeping (1995)
- Adventures in Babysitting (1987)
I might be partial because I spent last summer and part of this year living in the Los Angeles area. So I think I connect to this film because I love the scenery. And I love movies. And I love southern girl Reese Witherspoon. And I love movies about aspiring filmmakers and screenwriters. And this movies contains all these things. And it also contains Murphy Brown and three cute guys.
With all the scary and violent movies out now, featuring scary clowns and dangerous hit men and bloody assassins and terrifying scenes, it’s good to watch a funny and sweet film. It made me smile! I should rephrase that sentence. Home Again made me smile, not the scary clown movie.
Leslie Smith Doan, a native Arkansan, is a retired Technical Writer and active blogger. She enjoys traveling and attending special events with her two daughters, ages 24 & 20. A long time TV and Movie Fan, she has also appeared as a Background Actor on the television shows Scandal, American Housewife, the pilot episode of Young Sheldon and the movie God’s Not Dead 2, filmed in Arkansas.
Leslie lives in Little Rock with her two rescue pets, Oreo, a black & white Australian Shepherd and Lilly, a calico kitty.
She blogs about her personal experiences as both a cancer survivor and widow along with movie reviews and humorous essays in her blog Leslie In Little Rock. You can also find Leslie online on her Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook accounts.