Roger EbertFull Review Above Average ...mildly satisfying: a film that's well-acted but tastefully restrained to a fault, with gentle humor about aging and a central mystery that isn't all that engaging.
Slant MagazineFull Review Very Poor The premise is completely anodyne, and lends itself to little to no narrative weight, despite some subplots involving someone's suicide and botched attempts at cuteness featuring father-and-daughter bonding over yoga.
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