What looks to be a film about a man meeting the father that abandoned him when he was five years old is about so much more. The trailers didn't give anything away and I'm very happy about it. The performances are great and the story is way more impactful by the end than I expected. When the credits hit I had a genuine emotional reaction to the events of the film and the ending. Go in with no preconceived notions and have a great time.
My only real gripe is the third act definitely slows down in pace but it didn't negatively effect my enjoyment of the film.