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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 June 2016
I really liked this film and thought it was really original. It has funny parts, sad parts, heart warming parts and a certain painful honesty (with the excellent Lisa Kudrow). I thought it was really well cast and was pleasantly surprised. I can see why some might feel confused or cheated by the advertising poster of Ryan Reynolds, because that is really a side line to the main film which is more serious.

SPOILER ALERT! - Ryan Reynolds is in fact the imaginary friend of a man (Jeff Daniels) struggling with mental health issues. It is more about the marriage of Jeff Daniels character and Lisa Kudrow, how they deal with his mental illness, its toll on their marriage, and what happens over the period of a few weeks when Jeff Daniels' character takes a secluded cabin to try to write his next novel. Enter Emma Stone as a local troubled teen, and the two lost souls help each other and become friends.

Its more suitable for women who are interested in relationships than a comedy, as the poster would suggest.
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