Home Again
Overall 8

Home Again is a romantic comedy directed by Hallie Meyers-Shyer starring Reese Witherspoon as Alice, the daughter of the late John Kinney, a ‘70s film director and his actress wife Lillian (Candice Bergen). She’s recently separated from her husband Austin (Michael Sheen) and returns home to her dad’s house in Los Angeles with her two ..

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Home Again

Home Again is a romantic comedy directed by Hallie Meyers-Shyer starring Reese Witherspoon as Alice, the daughter of the late John Kinney, a ‘70s film director and his actress wife Lillian (Candice Bergen). She’s recently separated from her husband Austin (Michael Sheen) and returns home to her dad’s house in Los Angeles with her two young daughters to try to get steady on her feet.

On a night out, for her 40th birthday, she meets three young and aspiring men (an actor, a writer & a producer) looking to make it big in Hollywood and in need of a place to stay. Thanks to the meddling of her mom, she decides to let them stay in the guest house. The guys, Harry (Pico Alexander), Teddy (Nat Wolff) and George (Jon Rudnitsky), working on their first big movie deal, turn out to be fantastic babysitters, cooks, tech support, even booty calls.

Alice’s new romance comes to a crashing halt when her ex-husband shows up with his suitcase in hand. Home Again is a story of love, friendship, and the families we create. There are many laugh out-loud moments throughout the movie and a fun ride throughout.

8/10

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  1. L. Young 4 days ago
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    Where is the house shown in the film?

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