Tumbledown (2015) - Comedy, Music, Romance

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A young woman struggles to move on with her life after the death of her husband, an acclaimed folk singer, when a brash New York writer forces her to confront her loss and the ambiguous circumstances of his death.

IMDB: 6.2
Director: Sean Mewshaw
Stars: Rebecca Hall, Jason Sudeikis
Length: 105 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 7 out of 31 found boring (22.58%)

One-line Reviews (31)

I enjoyed it.

The dialogue was snappy, the direction crisp, the cinematography of Maine spectacular, and the performers hit all the right notes in this heart-warming rom-dram.

The rapport between Rebecca Hall and Jason Sudeikis is riveting.

The cast is engaging, authentic and surprisingly interesting even in the most ordinary situations, of which there are few.

Worst movie I have seen this year by far .

Watched this on VuDu on 2/20/16 and it was an engaging heartfelt movie that drew us in at the start, but then it began a slow agonizing death by the mid-point and by the end of the movie we were praying for the end.

There is no real plot, you don't even really know what happened to her husband.

This nearly 2 hours movie is a waste of time : Right from the start, you guess the ending but for endless, boring 120 minutes, nothing happens : no moving dialogues, no gripping scene, no key moment !

But, it is a compelling view, as the film artists have invested good feeling in a fairly routine story.

But it still is a Dramedy worth watching.

A waste of time, i kept waiting for it to get better and then it ended.

Inspired and entertaining study on the inevitable selfishness of grief .

A pleasant enough movie for a slow evening after a steak and a bottle of Oregon Cabernet.

Boring .

The film is gorgeous, moving and entertaining.

Almost as if the ending production was rushed because everyone was bored or ran out of interesting things to say and do on screen.

Just another example of a big budget flop with the actors walking through their parts because they seemed equally bored and obviously did it for the money.

But Hunter's widow turns out to be more fascinating than the memory of Sudeikis' musical hero.

Following on the middling artistic and lacking financial success of "Sleeping with Other People", the uncompelling Jason Sudekis leads another mildly entertaining star-crossed rom-com.

This movie is about grieving and learning to let go of those we've lost, but it is also sweet in a sort of unexpected way.

Neither am I compelled to watch it again because it's just so boring.

He's the main star of the movie - very entertaining and charismatic.

This movie is so damn boring, no chemistry between Jason and Rebecca at all.

The plot is thin, the character played by Rebecca Hall may be the most annoying, egoistic and rude character in the history of film, and the attempt to making a decent "bring it home" ending solution at the final seconds makes this the worst movie I have seen this year so far.

If you want to take a little nap and need to fall asleep quickly - just start this movie and be assured you will tumbledown into sleepy head rest.

This film was so boring!

It is not a romantic comedy or a typical slick, fast paced Hollywood film.

To be more than honest, yes I did fall asleep watching this one hour and forty-five minute flick, and I wasn't remotely sleepy when I started watching.

Story itself is predictable.

Both are gifted and devoid of the penchant for cliché so dominant in other romances.

This story of the widowed Hannah living her secluded life in the back country of Maine is so slow and boring and lifeless you will join them in their lethargic existence and your nap will be upon you quickly.