This is an OK story, hampered by an overly slow pace (for pseudo "dramatic effect") and killed by a terrible, rushed and unfinished ending.
Freeman's actor character touts a love for strong endings. Unfortunately the writer who penned that line does not. This movie is a simple look at a random and unlikely interaction between Freeman's successful actor and Vega's unsuccessful checkout clerk.
The slow pace could be forgiven as the interaction between the two on their afternoon adventure is mildly interesting and I did want to know if they both met their goals for the day. Unfortunately, this, as many character stories do, just simply ends. The viewer doesn't learn whether Vega's character succeeds or even if the impact her day with Freeman's character has a lasting impact or vice versa.
After seeing the pair become unlikely friends over the afternoon events, the ending simply ruins it and makes the viewer feel as though they'd wasted their time holding on through the slow pace, terrible music selections and several fast forward inducing moments to try and make their way to the end...only to find some lazy writer simply hung a "the end" sign on it and called it a wrap and some even more terrible producer and director accepted that nonsense.
Freeman and Vega are good and have great chemistry. The writer, editor, and director really did them a disservice. This movie should have been 10 minutes shorter and needs an actual ending to even be worth watching. Even if you're a fan of either actor (or both), skip this. It's simply terrible.