A young, narcissistic entrepreneur crashes and burns on the eve of his company’s big launch. With his entire life in total disarray, he leaves Manhattan to move in with his estranged pregnant sister, brother-in-law and 3-year-old nephew in the suburbs – only to become their nanny.
Toronto International Film Festival
User Reviews: The story background seems like another classic of s man rebuilding his life after a sudden loss. The main focus on the family and relationship drama feels really nice. The way the movie’s script depicts the many small things happening in Jake’s life is really nice that it feels so subtle and smooth. The movie literally didn’t have any increase or decrease in mood, and just dominantly play on a single track of story development. The smaller things seem unpredictable, although their consequences seem so very predictable once they have come on-screen. The acting overall is quite a good bit. Rose Byrne’s acting still feels okay although the character doesn’t really need much more development. Nick Kroll really gets the comedy side nicely, just at the right portion. Bobby Cannavale’s acting really balances the whole set.