#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Four women friends: three are wealthy and married plus there’s Olivia, a former teacher who’s now a maid. The marriages are in various states of health: Franny and Matt are happy and very rich. Christine and David write screenplays together, are remodeling their house, and argue. Jane is angry all the time and Aaron, who’s an attentive husband, strikes everyone as gay. Franny sets up Olivia with a friend of hers, Mike, a personal trainer, and Olivia takes him with her to a couple of housecleaning jobs. A benefit dinner for ALS, an awkward guy named Marty whose place Olivia cleans, and a French maid’s outfit figure in the story. Is there more to life than its problems?
Plot: After she quits her lucrative job, Olivia finds herself unsure about her future and her relationships with her successful and wealthy friends.
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Been There, Done That
Not only is this not a groundbreaking film, it’s not a particularly pleasant, or enjoyable one either. It centers around a group of early 40s-somethings who hate their lives, their spouses and their place in the world. The casting of Aniston is strange, as she is easily 10 years younger then her circle of friends.
While you’d think that the film is trying to state “happiness has nothing to do with how much money you have”, the opposite appears to be true as the more elevated couples do have less problems. And, if fact, all of Aniston’s problems are seemingly solved when she manages to snag a wealthy (albeit slacker) guy herself. While the three married couples do have children, they don’t add anything to the story, as they seem more like convenient accessories than meaningful relations. While that may be a creative choice, the fact that it runs across all three couples identically makes me inclined to believe it’s just sloppy, two-dimensional screen writing. None of the story lines are brought full circle and the entire exercise feels like a long death march towards irrelevance. Several interesting notions are addressed, but none closely examined or fully developed. While there are poignant moments and some nice creative decisions (i.e. allowing the actors to look their age), this genre has been mined before to better results (i.e. “Grand Canyon”).
some good acting, no plot
Once you get through the first half-hour of this film, you’ve seen essentially all you need to see, plot-wise: four friends, three of whom have money, and all of whom are “stuck” in some way. Thank goodness for Frances McDormand, whose superb acting makes this movie watchable long after the scenes start repeating themselves. Catherine Keener and Joan Cusack are also very good to watch, even if their roles do not allow for much development. Jennifer Anniston’s role and her ability to carry the part are both severely flawed: Anniston brings absolutely no personality to the part, and the part itself doesn’t ever really develop. For this movie, it’s a fatal predicament, since Anniston’s role is the central one.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 28 min (88 min)
Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director Nicole Holofcener
Writer Nicole Holofcener
Actors Catherine Keener, Jason Isaacs, Timm Sharp, Joan Cusack
Awards 2 wins & 2 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Panavision Cameras and Lenses
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Super 35
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic)