It was a Monday afternoon and my teacher wife had the day off, so we decided to see a movie. Last time, we did that we saw Alfie and what a waste. Jude Law should be embarassed by the character he played and the gratuitous sex.
Wife and I decided to gamble and see Dennis Quaid and cast in the new release In Good Company.
We were pleasantly surprised. It was a good story that elevated the institution of marriage, the family and fatherhood without sounding and looking like something out of Mr. Rogers. You felt good when you walked out, not like some movies where you go into a newsstand and you find that it's a disguised porno shop. I'm glad we went.