The Good House Review: Weaver & Kline Are A Winning Duo Opposite Solid Ensemble

The Good House Review: Weaver & Kline Are A Winning Duo Opposite Solid Ensemble

Based purely on its poster, Maya Forbes and Wallace Wolodarsky’s The Good House looks like a Nicholas Sparks-eque romance between Sigourney Weaver and Kevin Kline’s Massachusetts-based characters. However, as readers of Ann Leary’s book know, there is far more to this story, and its film adaptation strives to capture that with warmth and respect. It mostly succeeds, though it can’t quite pull off some late-stage twists. Thanks to Weaver’s fearless performance, though, The Good House rises above its flaws to become an entertaining and earnest character study.

Thanks to Weaver’s fearless performance, though, The Good House rises above its flaws to become an entertaining and earnest character study.

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