George Clooney and Julia Roberts make a phenomenal pair in ‘Ticket to Heaven’ – but is the chemistry between them enough?

From Sandra Bullock the lost City For Jennifer Lopez marry mAh, it seems we live in an age of cheesy, breezy rom-coms. And we can totally understand why. First, they give us an excuse to turn off our minds for a couple of hours, and they are a great escape from the real world. So, it is not surprising that another rom-com, Heaven ticketIt was added to Hollywood’s ever-growing list.

At first glance, the movie is basically a love story with some laughs and some breathtaking scenery. For the most part, this expectation is very topical. It’s not the kind of movie you want to take seriously, but if you live for guilty movies with elusive stories, you’ll want to add this to your queue.

Directed by Ol Parker (the mastermind behind Mamma Mia: Here we go again!), Heaven ticket It follows a law school graduate named Lily (played by Caitlin Dever), who heads to Bali for a much-needed vacation before starting her big business at a reputable company. But her divorced parents (played by Julia Roberts and George Clooney) are stunned to learn that she is giving up her career to marry a seaweed farmer she met just a few weeks ago. Desperately trying to stop their daughter from making what could be the biggest mistake of her life, David and Georgia put their differences aside and strike a secret pact to spoil the wedding during their visit. But of course, things do not go as planned.

First, the chemistry between Roberts and Clooney is fantastic. Both actors only give solid performances as bitter breakers of a fateful reunion may be Give them a second chance at love. And while most of their joint scenes aren’t exactly funny, the mean notes and banter will definitely make you laugh.

Another positive? Get to live vicariously through the characters during their stay in Bali. One look at the stunning, scenic beaches will help you understand why Lily has given up her job in the city for life with charming Gede (Maxime Bouttier) in this lush paradise. But even with the great views and great performances from Roberts and Clooney, The movie – unfortunately – falls a bit off due to the movie’s predictable plot and forgettable characters. (No offense, but the chemistry between Lily and Jedi isn’t nearly as interesting as that of David and Georgia.)

Almost anyone who watches this movie can predict what will happen after about ten minutes. It begins with divorced parents who do their best to avoid each other when it comes to their daughter’s events. But then, they’re forced to band together as they figure out how to sabotage Lily’s wedding, which plays into the common trope of divorced couples who slowly fall in love again. For the rest of the cast, there is very little character development, which makes communicating with others difficult. But it is worth noting that the father of the Jedi, brilliantly portrayed by the debut actor Agung Pinda, immediately stood out for the sense of humor that he steals.

However, despite its shortcomings, Heaven ticket It’s seen as a thrilling, guilt-inducing movie. (Hopefully, this won’t be the last time we see Roberts and Clooney on screen together.)

PureWow rating: 3 out of 5 stars

despite Heaven ticket She relies heavily on the star power of her two protagonists, Julia Roberts and George Clooney simply a pleasure to watch. Even with the predictable plot, fans are there for a fun escape (and plenty of stunning views).

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