“When 26-year-old Anna (Patti Harrison) becomes a surrogate for a pregnant, middle-aged app designer named Matt (Ed Helms), she only expects some good transition karma and a day's payment method to get you to graduate. But since Matt's unbridled enthusiasm for impending fatherhood drives him to constantly invade Patty's life and invite her into his own, at first annoyed Anna is reluctant to rejoice. A pair of self-proclaimed "loners" gradually open up to each other, giving way to their admittedly limited shared experience and creating an unlikely friendship. "
I really enjoy being surprised by the actors who tend to be best known for their comedy roles, betting on more serious or dramatic roles. Basically, they want to show something different from the type of performance that we are used to seeing. I admit I love Ed Helms, but the “baby birth” storyline has been covered so many times that I was a little afraid that this visualization might disappoint you. Luckily, Together Together is not just a creative title that audiences will grasp in the middle of the film, but a charming, fun and charming platonic love story that is also very educational about surrogacy.
First, Ed Helms proves that he can really overcome any problem. Matt is a really compelling character, as is Anna, and both have exceptional development thanks to Nicole Beckwith's witty argument. Filled with pleasant lightness and clever humor, Helms and Patti Harrison offer two wonderful performances, but I must again praise Beckwith's argument. All dialogues look authentic, honest and real. I'm not a big fan of rom-coms or the typical "two strangers fall in love in unexpected ways" formula, but "Together Together" makes me feel so good.
This is the greatest compliment I can give to this film: it makes me happy. While it is still common and surprising, I never got bored, I never rolled my eyes and laughed out loud many times. This is one of those films that people can go to the movies whenever possible and leave in a more positive mood. In addition, when I watched the devastating Mass in the afternoon, I needed to see Marvelus and Black Hole, and soon after that - Together together to brighten up my day. However, thanks to everyone who participated in the latter.
Together Together has such a humorous and clever argument that its hilarious and cheerful aura transforms into its own name, which carries more meaning than it seems. Ed Helms and Patti Harrison boast genuine chemistry, offering two charming interpretations of characters that are easy to embed emotion.
Nonetheless, Nicole Beckwith deserves credit for her delightful take on such a formulaic theme, while educating viewers on the subject of "surrogacy." From sincere and realistic dialogue to surprisingly effective humor (I didn't expect to laugh so much), I couldn't be happier. I know the ending is intentionally harsh, but I don't think it suits me at all.