Goodbye to All That


Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 60%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 36%
IMDb Rating 5.2 10 2023


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December 06, 2015 at 05:38 PM


Heather Graham as Stephanie
Anna Camp as Debbie Spangler
Amy Sedaris as Holly
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752.33 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 27 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Reno Rangan 6 / 10

The last ten minutes is to define the title!

Try to expect from the film what the title signifies. Then this will be a decent film to have. As we know there's no big names in the cast, as well as from behind the camera. But the whole film discloses is what people do when their marriage fails, in order to move on. That's not it, there's a message, that it ends with, especially about the children of the splitting couple. Seems it is a nice one from that angle, though overall film is not a clever enough to attract all kinds of viewers.

When his wife suddenly breaks the news that she wants a divorce, the husband in a surprise tries his best to convince her not to, but nothing works. All the separation affair can be solved easily as they have a good understanding. So they try to move on, particularly the father who meets many women, including his old school and college mates. But what they are not seeing is their young daughter who is affected by all this. So where the story heads from there is told in the remaining.

For the first time direction, this is not a bad film. A low budget, short film with a simple storyline. Well intended film on what it wanted to say. But nothing was told straight, everything was about not being single, that means dating and sex was the priority. Only in the last ten minutes it tries to turn around. That's where the story and the title overlaps. Really the nice performances, particularly Paul Schneider, who has been seen mostly in the supporting roles. So I think it is worth a watch if you are not forcing yourself.


Reviewed by srdjan_veljkovic 7 / 10

Proof that a movie doesn't have to have a clear story-line to be good

First of all, it's good, but not really great. Though some if it is.

Melanie Lynskey and Anna Camp are great. Their roles are quite different, but both are perfectly believable as "normal on-the-surface yet a little crazy" women. Seeing them brings memories of similar women you met in your life. They're not just believable, but very entertaining.

Story is good, but, would benefit from more coherence and a clearer line/thread. The idea probably was that this be more like a documentary, and life isn't clear. But, it went too far. I don't believe, as some do, that the end was any worse than the rest of it. It's consistent with the rest.

The directing and production quality is lacking. It's good enough, but could have been (much) better.

There are many funny moments to experience and most are not jokes or gags, but seek a more deep/meaningful humor.

It's not a "feel-good" movie, it's not a provocative movie, it's not a movie that makes you think deep about something. It's a movie that makes you go "yeah, life is weird, but one can have fun with it".

Reviewed by jrozzelle-195-751097 9 / 10

A man-child drifting through life is forced to take responsibility

One of the most successful things about the movie is that after all we've seen Otto go through, when he's presented with a major fork-in-the-road life choice, the viewer may still wonder which way he'll go. The scenes with Otto and his daughter were most affecting. The daughter is the most fully-realized female character; the other women are there for Otto to bounce off of, literally and figuratively. I found myself thinking about Otto after I'd seen the movie, recalling the lows he endures, the conversation in the back yard where he confesses his feelings of being adrift, and then how he ultimately responds. For me the statement made might be summed up as "a meaningful life derives from doing your duties and paying attention to others."

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