Average in every way, but the story’s charm, sweet characters, and admirable messaging make it worth of a mild recommendation.
This horrible rom-com slogs along until the grand finale, an obligatory miracle of childbirth scene.
I hated everything about this movie. It didn’t even make me chuckle. Ultimately, this whole thing just feels pointless — except for its front-runner status for worst movie of the year.
“Tag” is an enjoyable ode to lifelong relationships, a comedy with heart, and one that instills the value of true friendship and reminds us that we’re never too old to play.
The film’s thin premise lacks any compelling elements, is absent of any engaging characters, and eventually goes nowhere.
“Father Figures” isn’t an inherently bad movie, it just suffers from a serious identity crisis.