#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In You, Me and Him we meet lesbian couple Olivia and Alex (Lucy Punch, Faye Marsay) who, despite their age difference, are very much in love. But as the question of pregnancy rears its head and their neighbour John (David Tennant) befriends them, they both start making some truly disastrous decisions.
Plot: Despite their age difference, Lesbian couple Olivia and Alex are very much in love. But as the question of pregnancy rears its head and their neighbour John befriends them, they both start making some truly disastrous decisions.
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Faye Marsay stole the show in here, a not-so-feel-god comedy drama that will most likely go unnoticed by most. It has some strengths in funny moments but it’s definitely not enough.
Enjoyment: 4/10 Relevance: 2/10 Acting: 3/10 Script: 3/10
Final grade: 4/10
A fine romcom like no other.
There are things in this movie that made me chuckle, but at the same time, there are things that annoyed me. Unlike some other romantic comedies that I’ve seen in the past, “You, Me & Him” focuses on the relationship of two women, which makes a fair change to watching a romcom about a man and a woman being in love.
The film tells the heartwarming story of Olivia (Lucy Punch) and Alex (Faye Marsay), a lesbian couple happily living in Stratford-upon-Avon. Olivia serves her career as a lawyer while Alex is determined to become an aspired artist. One day, Olivia decides that now she’s almost 40, she is ready to start a family. However, Alex, being a youngster in her twenties, feels unprepared. So, Olivia promises her time to think. Unfortunately, that promise is soon broken when she tells Alex that she has started her fertility treatment. This causes the couple to have a little disagreement which leads Alex to have a drunken encounter with her and Olivia’s recently-divorced neighbour John (David Tennant), much to Olivia’s fury and hatred towards him. Now that the couple are both pregnant with John being caught up in the middle, the relationship between the three characters embarks on a complicated journey.
So, what do I like about this romcom? I like some of the casting for starters. Lucy Punch and Faye Marsay deliver a humorous portrayal as two lesbians who believe they have everything going for them. Well, almost everything. Their sense of humour is funny without being too much over the top and the timing of their comedy is spot on. Same goes for David Tennant. Tennant gives a hilarious performance as a man who shows a lot of enthusiasm in wanting to be a father. We also get likeable appearances from Don Worrington as Olivia’s work colleague Charles, veteran actors David Warner and Gemma Jones as Olivia’s parents and “The Inbetweeners” and “Friday Night Dinner” star Simon Bird as Olivia’s youngest brother Ben.
Now, let me talk about what I didn’t like about the movie, which is pretty much to do with some of the acting. And this is where Sally Phillips and Sarah Parish come in. Sally Phillips plays Amy, an Australian mentor who teaches women to keep themselves in good health during pregnancy with support from their partners. Sally Phillips, being a comedy actor anyway, can be funny depending on what she stars in. But in this film, I didn’t find her performance as Amy funny at all. Amy is very rude and completely arrogant for no particular reason. She also tries to get off with Olivia a couple of times. Sarah Parish’s performance is no better. She plays Alex’s estranged mother, whose only wish is for Alex to become interested in men. There’s one scene where she’s in a row boat with Ben and starts to assume that he’s gay only because of Olivia’s sexuality. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve seen Sarah Parish in other films and I think she’s a good actress. But for me, her performance in this film doesn’t comes off as funny, it comes off as rather annoying.
The film is written and directed by Daisy Aitkens, who I thought did a good job. She definitely had a neat storytelling for this movie, despite a couple of those little flaws that I just mentioned. One more thing that I liked about this film, is that it’s mainly shot in Warwickshire. While the principle location is filmed in Stratford-upon-Avon, the scenes taking place in Olivia’s and Alex’s flat were filmed in Leamington Spa and the hospital scenes in Nuneaton. The scenes taking place at Olivia’s parents’ house were actually filmed at Upper Court in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire. It’s not like we get to see the two counties on film as much as we see London, which is pretty much everyday. So, I’m chuffed to see other places in the UK on TV for once.
On the whole, “You, Me & Him” is a fine romcom like no other. It’s funny in places and annoying in others. And if you’re fans of Lucy Punch and David Tennant, then you definitely don’t want to miss this one.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 38 min (98 min)
Director Daisy Aitkens
Writer Daisy Aitkens
Actors David Tennant, Lucy Punch, Sarah Parish
Country United Kingdom
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