Reviews by Beth Manuel
This wasn't the entertaining drama I'd hoped for but it was pretty good. Steve Carrell played a really crappy guy who, in the end, got what he deserved. The young man who starred in the film made a believable underdog who achieves great things during the summer that started out kind of lame for him.
If you want to read about family dysfunction and how a tragedy can change the trajectory of a person's life, this book is for you.
I watched a couple of the discs from season 2 having watched the first season. I was curious to see how the different plot lines would turn out. Instead, things seem to get more muddled. Most of the characters are self-absorbed. Lena Dunham's character is semi-believable but still narcissistic as all get out.
Light and humorous. Funny to watch.
This landscape book inspired me to think of using different materials for yardscaping and to think outside the proverbial box when it comes to my yard.