#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Finding Neighbors is a comedic drama about three sets of Los Angeles neighbors who are searching for true connection. Six months late on a book delivery, stay-at-home graphic novelist Sam Tucker (Michael O’Keefe) has succumbed to a full-on mid-life and creative crisis. Between ice cream, television and a severe case of writer’s block, Sam mourns the loss of his youthful inspiration. After his stellar early success and the subsequent failure of his last project, Sam has become unable to move forward. Sherrie (Julie Mond), the provocative girl-next-door, offers him an easy and willing distraction. But it is Sam’s budding friendship with another neighbor, Jeff (Blake Bashoff), which helps him begin to reconnect with his creative thread. After a ridiculous misunderstanding, the men start to spend time together. Their playful and unlikely camaraderie frees each of them from the weight of their pasts. But Sam reveals nothing of this to his wife Mary (Catherine Dent). And as he begins to change, she becomes increasingly suspicious about what is actually going on in the neighborhood. While searching for clues, Mary’s anxieties take an abrupt new turn. Understandably hurt that Sam has become emotionally intimate with someone other than herself, she’s doubly confused by the discovery that Sam’s “someone else” is a man. As Sam begins to recapture his creative fire, he may be losing the one thing he has never doubted: his marriage.
Plot: A formerly acclaimed graphic novelist goes looking for true connection outside of his marriage, and over the fence.
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Waste of time, is Okay at best.
Decent performances. But I was really just disappointed at the end. I was intregued throughout and trying to persevere, although I was borderline tempted to turn it off. The relationships weren’t interesting enough. And the wife just creates all the problems, not the husband. He’s not even depressed, he’s just going through a dry spell artistically and she’s just messing up his life. Watch the movie with this in mind. She doesn’t have anything redeeming about her. The only interesting person was the female neighbour and she just disappears somewhere in the middle. Wouldn’t recommend, there are tonnes of better movies to spend your time with, this one is just frustratingly all over the place.
Finding Neighbors an Absolute Gem
Rarely do you find a film that captures the essence of life and love—in middle age. “Finding Neighbors” does just that. This uniquely created film focuses upon the Sam, a formerly very successful graphic novelist who has a bad case of writers block with a past due deadline for his next creation. With his wife supporting him, Sam’s interest pulls him into the lives of his neighbors. Little does he realize that looking outside of himself actually helps him look within himself. Sam not only finds neighbors, he finds himself.
Middle Age. It’s a phenomenon. And marriage within that time period is a stage all to its own. “Finding Neighbors” hits the nail on the head with thoughts, feelings, and self-doubt at that age. Sam’s marriage has suffered with lack of communication and his lack of motivation just compounds the difficulties. Sam is also facing aging accompanied by a waning physique, but even with these issues, this outwardly appearing slacker is still very endearing. You see, his new-found neighborly relationships give the viewer insight into not just what makes Sam tick, but prods us to look within ourselves at our own progression in and through Middle Age.
Even with the seriousness of Sam’s situation and the conversations that awkwardly ensue, there is quite a bit of humor. The comedic situations are realistic and relatable. The story develops utilizing the art of graphic novel techniques interspersed with just adds to the level of entertainment.
Middle age and marriage is a rough topic to handle with precision, accuracy, and humor. “Finding Neighbors'” writer and director, Ron Judkins, polishes this diamond into a sparkling story of life.
If you’re married and in your mid-life, you are going to enjoy this honest portrayal of life.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 36 min (96 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Comedy, Drama
Director Ron Judkins
Writer Ron Judkins
Actors Michael O’Keefe, Catherine Dent, Blake Bashoff
Country United States
Awards 1 win
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