Movie and Film Reviews (MFR) Drama In the Ladn of Women

In the Ladn of Women

“In the Land of Women” stars Adam brody, Kristen Stewart and Meg Ryan. In a time when family is really important. When nothing matters unless you have your loved ones beside you.

When Carter Webb (Brody) gets dumped by his supermodel girlfriend, he heads to Detroit Michigan to visit his grandmother (Olympia Dukakis). There he finds a friendship with Sarah Harwick (Ryan). He can talk freely with her and listen to what she has to say. But the plot thickens when we learn that Sarah has breast cancer and Lucy (Stewart) turns to be friends with Carter. Lucy and Sarah arent the best of mother and daughter. While Carters grandma is convinced shes dying, Carter falls for Sarah. When Lucy doesnt know what she wants. Such in a world where loved ones get hurt and new begingins are made, the three finally know what they want.

The film was made poorly. When Carter goes to the party with Lucy, he should stick up for himself. In the middle of the movie, you wonder how its going to end. Is Sarah going to fall for Carter to? Or are they just going to be real good friends? Theres so many questions left unanswered. The acting was awful, and no one seemed to know what they were doing.

When Carter kisses Sarah and then  Lucy it kind of dumbfounded me. Why would he kiss both women? I think that part should have been deleted. There really isnt anything good about this movie.  

This moving disappointed me. It was a very dramatic movie and I couldnt wait for it to end. I wouldnt even use the money to go see it in the movie theatres. They could have done a better job and added some more details.

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