Love the Coopers HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code

Love the Coopers HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code
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Love the Coopers HD Digital Ultraviolet UV Code


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Love the Coopers

At this time of year we can expect to have an ensemble cast dramatic comedy involving the complications of modern family life at Christmas time. This years entry to that category is "Love the Coopers" which has leaned more to the dramatic side, granted with some make you smile moments.

The clan unites at the home of grandma and grandpa (Diane Keton and John Goodman), a couple married for over 40 years and whose commitment to and toleration for marriage has just about run out. Ed Helms plays their son, a not successful but nice divorced father. Marisa Tormei comes in as the younger sister of grandma. Alan Arkin fills great grandpa's shoes, the ancient but still lucid elder of the clan who has a fascination with a very young waitress, Amanda Seyfried. Olivia Wilde is another daughter, a free spirit. All of them have fairly serious problems that we watch play out with various degrees of cringing or sympathy.

Also note worthy are Anthony Mackie as a policeman working on Christmas Eve and Jake Lacy, a new to me actor who plays Joe, a solider on leave weather bound at the airport. Lots of good actors gives a film a running start at excellence and this one has loads of very good actors. We have a look at two styles of sibling rivalry. The first involves the brothers of the fourth generation, a 15ish jerk in the throws of adolescent angst and his adoring much younger brother. The second and much more serious happens between the grandma (Keton) and her younger sister (Tormei), a decades long series of slights and misunderstandings. These people, like all of us, are imperfect, flawed, often not entirely rational but always always with a capacity for great love.