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"Love the Coopers" is pretty formulaic as far as Christmas dramedies go, but there are always going to be those movies that just get to you – despite, perhaps, your best judgment.June Squibb is there to be sassy.The film jumps around aimlessly until they all finally make it to dinner. Helms is out-of-place, annoying as the affectless, underemployed dad, and the movie seems unnecessarily cruel to his ex-wife (Alex Borstein).It's the sweet sincerity of the film's strongest assets that rise above the chaos.It's Keaton and Goodman screaming and laughing while inner tubing down a giant hill.It's Wilde and Keaton's affecting, painfully real and too-short scenes together as mother and daughter.
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