Larry Crowne (Blu-ray) (2011)
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|After losing his job, a middle-aged man reinvents himself by going back to college.|
Editor's NoteAn amiable Navy veteran loses his comfortable job at a big-box store, enrolls in community college, and seeks to reinvent himself while falling for his apathetic speech professor in this romantic comedy re-teaming Academy Award-winning CHARLIE WILSON'S WAR co-stars Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts. Larry Crowne (Hanks) has just been downsized. The unfortunate victim of a failing economy, Larry decides that his best option to avoid becoming idle is to take some classes at his local community college. In no time, Larry befriends a colorful group of moped-obsessed outcasts on the road to self-improvement, and begins working to sharpen his communication skills in a public speaking class taught by Mercedes Tainot (Roberts). Disenchanted with her job and bored in her marriage, Mercedes has begun to feel as if she's missing out on life. But whenever she's with Larry, all of her problems seem to disappear. Now, just as Larry and Mercedes are feeling as if their lives have been put on hold, they both discover that fate sometimes has a way of giving us exactly what we need, at precisely the right time. Bryan Cranston, Cedric the Entertainer, Pam Grier, and George Takei co-star.
Larry Crowne - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: Luigi Bastardo Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 11/15/2011 9:17 PM
|Sometimes, you just need a change of pace. Poor Larry Crowne (Tom Hanks) has been a faithful employee of Umart (a combination of Target, Walmart and several other mega-corporations) for several years now, earning nine Employee of the Month awards in that time. Unfortunately, the soulless, faceless business entity that regards Larry as a number up and sacks him, stating that there is no room for improvement on his behalf on account of his lack of a college education. Yeah, I call “bull,” too; Walmart is notorious for keeping the dumbest people on the planet in their employ for decades....read the full review|
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