Home Again


The romantic comedy has long been derided for its tendency to focus on the petty problems of well-off, white and beautiful people. Hallie Meyers-Shyer’s directorial debut unfortunately encourages this prejudice, which her own mother (and producer) Nancy Meyers managed to prove wrong with her films. Home Again is a tone-deaf, embarrassing film, memorable only for some hilariously misjudged lines and its all-round incompetence.