Pa nursing laws mandating
Hannah, Alexis and Mady are being the biggest babies of all the kids about this.
Whining and whining about how today was supposed to be Shoka's birthday cake, not cleaning the basement, and Kate promised this would be fun and it's not.
He only appears at the end, outside of course, to collect his cake.
Where was he this whole time, chained up to the barn? I will never understand people who keep "outdoor" dogs. I'd sooner understand an "outdoor" child you never let inside except maybe on special occasions, and even then only in the laundry room or basement. Kate spins a tall tale about how she's always loved and looked after animals.
Well, sheesh the solution to kids bickering and hollering is not total silence. How about, speak to each other with respect and with our inside voices? An imperfect daughter and a really imperfect mother navigate the daughter's senior year of high school into going away to college.
And what's pretty funny about the whole thing is Shoka is barely in it!The screaming and arguing these kids are doing, almost always from the girls, is utterly unacceptable and near constant, and Kate does nothing at all to try to stop it.Eventually after what feels like hours Kate intervenes and requires complete silence. I saw it opening weekend and was riveted by the real and raw dialogue.You have to be okay with watching a movie where you really don't much like anyone, but if you can get past that, you will be rewarded.I've seen all the contenders for best picture this year, and that film deserves its spot in the crowd, though it won't win.
Joel put a bunch of books I guess they're holding onto on a bookshelf, only he stacks them facing out, one on top of the other, instead of vertically so you can see their titles.