So, it's been quite a while since anyone has seen or reviewed any movies.
Since my DW has started school again, it is hard for us to get to the real movies on our regular Tuesday run, but we did get to see one this past week. It was "Hope Springs" with Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones.
This is an adult type comedy where younger folks may get some of the humor, but you really need to be married for a while and in that 20 year rut to really appreciate some of the 'Black' humor in this one.
Briefly, Meryl and Tommy are old married folks, set in their ways. Tommy really has no interest in Meryl except for the things she does around the house. They rarely talk etc, etc. Meryl, on the other hand, is looking to sort of rekindle that lost spark and Tommy wants nothing to do with that.
So Meryl books them into a sort of relationship (sex) clinic with Steve Carell as the clinician.
Overall, it is not these two's finest works but they make a good team and the movie works because of that. As I said, younger folks just will not understand the problems of older married folk, but overall it isn't bad.
OH, on a side note, for you Jim, the clinic that they go to takes place in a small town in Maine (I forgot the name).