Labors under the notion that its premise is somehow edgy and fresh.
Dreadfully boring aside from a handful of quips and the always saving grace of Helen Mirren.
Careening from sweet to sour it works far better than it should.
Ben Stiller stars as Roger Greenberg, a troubled man who connects with his brother’s housekeeper, Florence, played by Greta Gerwig.
No, he's not quirky. Just mean.
"He's got a lot on his mind."
Interesting if forgettable. It does feature a strong Stiller performance.