A man who is suffering a mid-life crisis finds new meaning in his life as part of an all-male, middle-aged, amateur synchronised swimming team. Swimming with Men is not that funny or even charming as it tries to perhaps pass to viewers like to be honest. It's a pretty lazy and forgettable comedy, drama with some pretty boring perfomances and an even worse storyline as well too. If you like movies of this kind or just low budget movies with unknown actors? Perhaps give it a try but for everyone else? See something else that is much better and much funnier too.
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Swimming with Men (2018)
Swimming with Men is a movie starring Charlotte Riley, Rupert Graves, and Jim Carter. A man who is suffering a mid-life crisis finds new meaning in his life as part of an all-male, middle-aged, amateur synchronised swimming team.
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A man who is suffering a mid-life crisis finds new meaning in his life as part of an all-male, middle-aged, amateur synchronised swimming team.
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This was pretty dumb..Reviewed byadonis98-743-186503Vote: 1/10
Well this movie is just pure fun! It's harmless, charming, cute and funny.I love British humour it's raw and honest, this movie doesn't try hard it's just there for you to enjoy. I doubt it will be a popular movie but they actually synchronise swim in it and they actually seem to have fun?! It's perfect.Perfect little movie.
And the ending is also very very pleasantly surprising :)
Thanks to the producers for the existante of this movie.
'Swimming With Men (2018)' isn't really all that funny and makes a number of missteps, mostly relating to the validity of its central 'struggle' and its overall resolution regarding everything other than its eponymous activity. These issues add to a general sense of banality, that is in itself only really reduced by the initial 'uniqueness' of the central conceit - one that soon becomes a very standard 'home away from home', self-discovery sort of scenario. There's also overall likability that makes even the most uninspired of moments seem somewhat worthy of watching (if only to give them the benefit of the doubt). The movie is never bad but it is never particularly good either, finding its footing as a suitably floaty and often pleasingly pleasant picture that fails to really drag you into the depths it simply doesn't have. It manages to usually be fairly enjoyable while it gives you glimpses of something just under the surface, though, something that adds this slight air of authenticity to its mostly realistic characters and mid-life crisis narrative. It's one that is pretty sad, almost dark, at its heart and ostensibly only uplifting because films of this kind essentially have to be (almost to the detriment of believability, in this case). However, I didn't expect much more and so I wasn't disappointed. 5/10