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A Family Classic
Reviewed in the United States on May 15, 2020
I watched this movie around 4 am and finished at around 6.54 am. Learned from other reviewers, I prepped myself with some cold chocolate milk and cookies, added Lay's original chips in case I feel hungry while watching those delicious meals. Man, they were right. The dishes were as beautiful and homey as it could get.
For the first half of the movie, I thought it was a slow family affairs movie. I paid more attention to the second daughter's fashion. Simple, elegant, and tailored. So 1990s. No wonder people always cycle back to the 80s and the 90s. Timeless.
Then, the sudden picked up of the younger daughter's pregnancy with a cute boy whom she kinda "stole" from her coworker (lesson learned: never introduce your hot boyfriend to other girlfriends or sisters) and the older sister marriage. I thought they were a traditional family....but the girls left like a sudden storm. Quite artistic yet funny at the same time. Laying in my bed, I was like, should I laugh? Can't figure it out...another crazy twist when the father announced his news...I was like, holy cow, damn grandpa, you really did it huh. Plus, having another kid at 70? Man, men are so lucky. Their sperms never get old. I witnessed in real life myself. My uncle, who married his second wife at 65 and had another boy (a total of 3 daughters and 1 boy) at 71. So he's gonna be 90 when his boy goes to college.
Anyhow, a great family movie. Every detail, (smell) were executed beautifully. A classic for many rewatches.