Wonderful World (2009)

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Wonderful World: Directed by Joshua Goldin. With Matthew Broderick, Sanaa Lathan, Michael Kenneth Williams, Philip Baker Hall. Ben Singer has his cynical worldview darkened by his roommate Ibu’s sudden medical situation, though the arrival of Ibu’s sister, Khadi, might remedy both men’s ills.

“Beware all you Matthew Broderick fans, this is NOT a funny movie, because it is a slowburning portrait about a grumpy, middle aged, divorced man, stuck in a a dead end job. Quite depressing…u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe bad: this movie is slow, very SLOW and kinda depressing. I dont mind slow or even depressing when it is a heavy drama, but I DO mind boring and this movie is undoubtedly BORING.. There is no real drama either to speak of. So whatu0026#39;s left? The acting isnt great either, I mean for such a character portrait movie like this, the acting should be up there, but the acting is just average.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eMore bad: although it is not meant to be comedy, there are still some tongue in cheek jokes, but they fall flat as well. This whole movie feels so uninspired and slow.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eNot any good? Well, the movie has got a happy end, but in the end this is one of the weakest movies that Matthew Broderick has ever starred in. He just aint suited for making slowburning u0026quot;dramasu0026quot;. Better watch any older (eighties/nineties) movie with Matthew Broderick in it, there are lots of them, which are truly hilariously funny!”


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