2015, Amanda Seyfried, drama, Fathers and Daughters, film review, Gabriele Muccino, Movie review, romance, Rusell Crowe
By Heinrich Domingo
Fathers and daughters is made out of two mediocre stories put together in a storyline that is in the verge of crumbling any time. It is not emotionally engaging. It is not empathic enough. It is not rational in developing characters. Russell Crowe and Amanda Seyfried’s performance wasn’t able to salvage a plot that is too feeble to hold its A-list cast.