Unfortunately there were no big surprises (at least for me, maybe because I'm way too used to watching these types of movies, but I figured it all out very early into the movie, and when I expected it turn around on me, it just did what I had imagined), but the acting is pretty good.
Music was OK, there were 1 or 2 songs that stood out for me, the rest just played together with the movie, without calling too much for attention.
Finally the son, Ryan Malgarini has great comic timing, something many adults in comedies have trouble with.
You can almost hear him thinking "Wait for it....", then deliver his line. Not in the same league as The Office or Curb Your Enthusiasm, but much better than How I Married...
Photography was also OK, nothing too original or adventurous, but the plot didn't call much for that kind of photography as well.
Now, I’m going to give you a viewpoint that many guys think about and fear.People can argue this is how a soundtrack should be, but I love when soundtracks also "call" for my attention, and when these songs fit perfectly with the scene, it's just movie magic happening.Unfortunately, this movie had none of these moments.When a young female video editor loses her boyfriend in a car crash, she finds solace in watching video of him taken the night before he died.When he starts to communicate with her through that video, she must decide if he has broken through the barrier between this world and the next, or has she slipped off into madness."You can tell Jesus that the bitch is back." -Georgina, The Wrath of Con Georgina Sparks is a recurring character in the Gossip Girl novels and in the television series of the same name. Also a member of Upper East Side society, Georgina is known for being even more rebellious than Serena and often involves herself in dangerous and crazy situations.