4/5 Stars

Summary: “An attempt to negotiate a truce between his bitterly divorced parents sends a man (Adam Scott) back to his childhood therapist, where he learns he was the subject of her self-help book.”

ACOD stands for Adult Children of Divorce, which I thought was an interesting plot for a movie – not something that we have really seen a million times.  That and the fact that Adam Scott as the main character was enough to get me to give this movie a try.

I have to say, this is a fun movie to watch when  you’re in the mood for something strictly entertaining.  There are funny moments with some dark realities behind some of what is being said, but it doesn’t take itself too seriously.  It has a whole cast of familiar faces, with some I would’ve like to see more of.

I feel like this movie will also hit home more for people who actually are adult children of divorce (which I’m not), but either way you can still find the movie enjoyable.

Available on Netflix.


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