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January 11, 2014


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Simon Fallaha

Thanks for bringing this review back, Walter. Another case of actors, particularly Hanks Jr. and Fisk, elevating a routine script that's a little uncertain - it's best when it feels like a heartfelt dramedy. I still love the moment where Ashley calls Shaun out on the *real* reason he wants to go to Stanford.

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