Poms (review)

Poms (review)
Poms (review)
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There have been numerous documentaries and narrative films about seniors doing something unexpected or untraditional for their age. This time, Diane Keaton moves from NYC to a retirement community in Georgia, where she disrupts things by forming a cheerleading group (including Jacki Weaver, Pam Grier & Rhea Perlman). The concept is certainly not inspiring or original. What makes it even more dreary is that none of the characters are especially endearing or sufficiently quirky to make it fun. Top that off with bland writing. There may be some appeal to women above 50, who might relate to the situations and appreciate the empowerment message. Otherwise, it’s a painfully predictable, lackluster endeavor.


1.5 out of 5 stars (1.5 / 5)


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