B- Sound: B- Extras: C- Film: C+
(2017) is a new comedy with a great cast including J.K. Simmons
Emile Hirsch (Autopsy
of Jane Doe,
Analeigh Tipton (Lucy),
Kristen Schaal (The
Last Man on Earth),
and Taran Killam (Saturday
The same can't be said for the tiresome and formulaic screenplay
that grows pretty boring, despite its short running time and a strong
performance by Simmons.
story follows a man (Hirsch) who still isn't over his hot
ex-girlfriend (Tipton). Months after their breakup, he is visited by
her dad (Simmons), to whom he had an awkward encounter with in the
past. Rolling his eyes at his lifestyle choices, Simmons needs
Hirsch's help to track down his missing daughter in LA. Jumping from
place to place on a wild goose chase to find her, they bump into
several unusual characters and form a brotherly bond along the way.
in standard definition with an anamorphic widescreen aspect ratio of
2.35:1 and a lossy Dolby Digital 5.1 track, the transfer is on par
with the format but severely lacking when viewing on, say, a new 4K
TV. The film has decent cinematography and mainly bright and
naturalistic tones, all of which would be improved in HD.
digital UV copy is also included.
Peak at other Fox films
predictable story beats and lackluster comedy, All
isn't the worst film (of its kind?) I've seen but not one I would go
out of my way to watch again.