Another Happy Day
January 21, 2012 by staff
Another Happy Day, Black comedies are unique in that they are some of the only movies where everybody can take something different out of it. It can be tough to tell whether one should laugh or cry, but in most cases they leave viewers with a meaningful lesson. Such is the case in “Another Happy Day,” which comes to DVD January 24.
Lynn (Ellen Barkin) split with her husband Paul (Thomas Hayden Church) and although things went poorly, she is forced to return to his estate when their son Dylan (Michael Nardelli) gets married. The nuptials also bring together Lynn’s dysfunctional younger sons and her daughter Alice (Kate Bosworth).
The wedding proves as stressful as it seems. Lynn has to confront many of the decisions she’s made and come to grips with the criticism of some people, including her mother (Ellen Burstyn), who blames her for the problems her family faces.
When done correctly, black comedies have the tendency to be some of the best movies in Hollywood. To see some excellent examples, viewers may want to watch “The Royal Tenenbaums” and “Fargo.”
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