Movie review: Netflix’s ‘Wine Country’ offers A comedic yet heartfelt testament into friendship #Wine_CountryDecember 3, 2019
The cast and crew of “Wine Country” attend the New York Premiere at the Paris Theatre on May 8. Credit: Courtesy of TNS
On May 10, Netflix released an original comedy titled, “Wine Country,” directed by, produced by and starring Amy Poehler.
The film tells the story of six longtime friends, Abby (Poehler), Rebecca (Rachel Dratch), Catherine (Ana Gasteyer), Naomi (Maya Rudolph), Val (Paula Pell) and Jenny (Emily Spivey).
The group connected years prior, when they worked at the same pizza restaurant, but had since been swept up in their own lives, making it difficult to spend time together as a whole.
In an attempt to reconnect with one another, the group spends a weekend together full of wine and laughter in Napa Valley while reminiscing about their youth.
However, tension begins to build as the weekend continues and the women realize they have issues with each other that have been left alone for years.
For the most part, the film does well maintaining a steady pace throughout each scene, which portrays the storyline harmoniously and keeps the audience’s interests.
Many of the problems faced by the characters are results of their age, which restricts the film’s range of relatability.
All viewers, however, are able to relate to the film’s strong portrayal of friendship, which increases the chance of feeling a connection to the story.
Overall, the film was quite comedic and provided a strong message of the importance of friendship.
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