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The whole of creation is caught up in this presentation of the Cross as the cosmic renewal of life, love, and fellowship.
I especially love the detail of chickens and flowers and little animals; these are charming but also a powerful image of incarnational life reaching into the very tiniest corners of the ordinary, intent to redeem.
Sadly, none of these individual “stories” are funny or have much of an emotional core to anchor them, and with the exception of some cliché possibilities with the Jennifer Aniston/Jason Sudeikis’s storyline, it would be hard to imagine even one of these stories being stretched to be even screenwriter Anya Kochoff has a previous writing credit), there is a shocking lack of character development for any of the actors to draw inspiration.
There’s something sad in that, despite being one of the few films about women over the age of 35, this is the type of movie they’re given, and the alarming lack of diversity on display stands out.