A charming movie that is surprisingly realistic and down to earth, albeit a little slow. Giamatti excels as usual, Cannavale is a funny wing man.
The story is not that funny, but Posey and Rudd are and they make it watchable.
Adoption seen from three viewpoints. Strong script that doesn't shy away from the dark side. The three storylines are admirably carried by Bening, Watts and Washington.
A very formulaic movie that deservedly went straight to dvd. Despite the serious and important issue it deals with, and the praise-worthy performance of Liberato, it's a baker's dozen movie that never feels genuine.
Impressive true story about what happens when you decide to speak up and the White House wants to shut you up. Top actors Watts and Penn are a true pleasure to watch in this political movie, the kind for which Penn is known and deserves praise.