Grey Poupon’s Don’t Worry Dijon wants a taste of Olivia Wilde’s salad-dressing drama
I’m sorry, but this is a major letdown.
I mean, this one is a dud from start to finish. Sure, they go to great lengths to make the film interesting, but nothing comes together in the end.
The writing is fine for the most part, the writing on the whole is not a major problem.
The plot for most of the first act was a bit of a letdown. I wasn’t going to say anything because there were things to be said about how one can’t take a major film and then use it as a prop. For example, there is a scene where Olivia Wilde is doing an interview and she uses the exact same set up to reveal why she is upset, again I will never tell anyone about it because it’s a terrible idea.
If I was going to write a movie that was not a very good movie, this would be the one.
The actual acting I felt was quite good, except for Viola Davis – I won’t say why, because I’m going to have to do this in my blog. The performances by Michelle Williams and Ellen Burstyn and the story is a good one. The problem is you have a great director but a bad actor, and you’ll end up with a bad movie.
A few more words about the acting: I love Ellen Burstyn. She is the reason I didn’t like this movie. Not because I disliked the acting, but she just couldn’t pull off the role. Everything she did was too much or not enough.
The chemistry on the set was good, and I always believed that you would have seen more of this if it were two guys than two women. I saw a lot of the same thing if it had been two men. Of course, if you compare it to a movie like The Aviator, then the chemistry would not be there because this was a man and man movie and not two women.
There was a scene when the two women who have been together for years are just talking about their feelings or a subject that