I really wanted to like this movie, I really did. And I STILL enjoyed this movie despite the unbelievable chaos that Diane Keaton seems to be embody all too effortlessly....and repetitively I might add, as she seems plays this role A LOT. Perhaps it was endearing in Something's Gotta Give, but it's like she took that character: neurotic, perpetually single, hasn't had sex in decades, repressed, extreme meddler in her children's lives, and did I mention NEUROTIC.....and amplified it 1000 times......it makes you anxious just watching her neuroses unfold and self destruct / collapse on itself.....to top it off one of the daughters is a psychiatrist and the movie features OTHER highly dysfunctional neurotic characters who are obsessed with hearing themselves speak aloud every thought in their head. So, if you're still interested in watching after that, then enjoy! Because there are actually some wonderful scenes, beautiful scenery, and a snapshot of life in the Venice / Santa Monica area of LA. I enjoyed both of Mandy Moore's love interests, and Mandy herself is always adorable. So there were a few saving graces, but dang Diane Keaton, DIAL IT DOWN....if anyone is truly that neurotic and annoyingly intrusive / controlling of their daughters lives, I truly feel sorry for them. This was not a horrible because there were some very charming parts, but it's a little painful to watch at times.