Occasionally clever, often hilarious, but mostly infantile satire.
Not half bad. Engaging and cute, with decent acting from Zeta-Jones and Bartha.
Feels very real and gritty and arty, but is actually long-winded and predictable and only occasionally engaging. Phoenix does a good job portraying an unlikeable screw-up, but his character stays shallow as do the characters of Paltrow and Shaw.
Lacking charm, talent, humour, originality and an unpredictable story.
The most striking feature of this movie is the performance of Ronan and Tucci. Both prove to be the finest of actors. As for the story, I found the visualisations of "Susie in between heaven and earth" beautifully shot yet unnecessary, distracting, not...