Wednesday, May 23, 2018


Well, this was a bit of an odd one.  I like Bryan Cranston as an actor and this movie was his vehicle - as he was the center of the whole film.  He plays Howard Wakefield, a lawyer who has been married for 15 years with two teenage daughters.  One night after a long trip home, he follows a raccoon into his garage, and realizes that he can sit up in the room above his car and have a view of his home without being seen.  After his first night he intends to head home, but then decides to just hang out and take it easy.

I did get slightly annoyed with the whole plot.  How come his family didn't look in the garage?  Why when his wife sees him she doesn't recognize him just because he has a beard?  Where would you take a poop?  I don't know I just didn't buy it.  2/5

1 comment:

John Bellen said...

It sounds like it makes a better movie in theory than in practice.