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Maybe Gilmore Girls was her high point
on August 25, 2013
This movie has a decent cast, with Michael Keaton and Carrol Burnett, but it's not that interesting or moving. As a recent college grad myself, I can say it mostly-successfully embodies the process many of us go through: the rush of graduation, with the attention and feeling of achievement, to the "now what?" feeling we get when our lifestyle of 16 years comes to a grinding halt. The end of the movie is what put the nail in it's coffin of average, when the plot had to choose between representing what's accurate and what we want from a romance flick. Being that the accurate representation of the experience of a post-grad is the only thing going for this movie (in addition to the okay cast) the ending should have been different.