Rated PG-13 · 100 minutes · 2012

Comedy drama
Hope Springs is an enjoyable coming-of-middle-age romcom featuring legends Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones as a couple whose marriage is in crisis. After more than 30 years together, Kay (Streep) and Arnold (Jones) are in a rut: They sleep in separate bedrooms; they hardly speak to one another; and their marriage has lost all of its intimacy. Kay signs them up for counseling with famed marriage counselor Dr. Feld (Steve Carell) in a last-ditch effort to save her stagnant marriage. The film is dramatic, captivating and heartwarming, and shows the ups and downs of an older couple trying to reconnect both emotionally and physically. While the abrupt turn-around in Jones’ character is a bit hard to swallow, the film is a winner due to the lead actors’ performances.
Official Site: hopesprings-movie.com
Director: David Frankel
Producer: Todd Black, Guymon Casady, Steve Tisch, Jason Blumenthal, Nathan Kahane and Jessie Nelson
Cast: Meryl Streep, Tommy Jones, Steve Carell, Brett Rice, Mimi Rogers, Elisabeth Shue, Jean Smart, Damian Young, Ben Rappaport, Marin Ireland, Patch Darragh, Becky Ann Baker, Charles Techman, Daniel Flaherty and Ann Harada


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Memphis Flyer In the Bedroom Hope Springs overcomes near-fatal flaws to become a surprisingly serious sex comedy. by Chris Herrington 08/09/2012
Indy Week Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones get it on in Hope Springs Even if you're not at the age of Streep and Jones, it is fun seeing them get down and dirty as stiff, old fogeys who have to learn to be intimate with one another once again. by Craig D. Lindsey 08/08/2012
Creative Loafing Charlotte Hope Springs, but then falls Rating: ** by Matt Brunson 08/10/2012
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Colorado Springs Independent Touch of class: Hope Springs Kay and Arnold have become creatures of vanilla habit that barely touch each other. They haven't had sex in almost five years. Something's got to give. by Justin Strout 08/08/2012
Creative Loafing Atlanta Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones take a couples retreat in charming Hope Springs David Frankel's low-key comedy respects its characters, its audience, and therapy by Curt Holman 08/08/2012
The Coast Halifax Hope Springs The raw nerve endings of a dwindling marriage turn into a love-affirming story by Jacob Boon 08/09/2012

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