Three sentence movie reviews: Dear Eleanor

Overall, a movie so bland it couldn’t muster any feelings in me, not of hatred, or love, or of pleasure, or torture.  The screenplay seemed to be something created by someone learning how to write screenplays wherein they imitate fun things they liked in other movies. So we have a road trip, a burlesque dancer,  sidecar motorcycle pursuit by an oddly matched pair (boy-who-is-friend/father), some attempts at humor and heartstrings, all packaged into an ensemble piece guaranteed to entice established actors due to a short shooting schedule.

Cost: free from library
Where watched: at home.  I think the toenails got painted, so all was not lost

poster from: (this movie does not exist on my go-to poster site: IMP Awards.  Maybe it was a straight-to-DVD thing?)

2 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: Dear Eleanor”

  1. Wow, I feel like this is the harshest review I’ve ever seen you write, and you didn’t even say anything mean! It definitely told me exactly everything I need to know about this film.

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