Cynical Reviewer Falls In Love With “Then She Found Me”

Mister D: I’ll give you the pleasure of reading this little blip about Bette’s performance in “Then She Found Me”:

Midler is the funniest she’s been in decades, which is interesting since Then She Found Me exists somewhere in between, though way outside, her wilder, broader ’80s comedies, like Ruthless People, and the light-humor-infused-melodrama of Beaches. As for Firth, he’s playing near to his usual stone-faced persona, but his character here is a little more damaged, a lot more complicated and at times he comes off as both his most attractive and his most scariest.

Now go read The Spout Blog for the full review written by a critic who thought he wouldn’t like the movie.

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