Home Again

Theatrical Release: September 8, 2017
Home Again


Life for a single mom in Los Angeles takes an unexpected turn when she allows three young guys to move in with her.

Dove Review

I didn’t have high expectations for this one, but I did expect Home Again to to be a fun, light and easy story. And it’s well-staged. Every scene was like turning the pages of a Sunset magazine, all the way down to the place settings. Every character is perfectly pretty—and likable. But that’s the problem; we literally feel nothing. Even the characters who were supposed to be unlikeable came off as flat and benign. Unfortunately, Home Again turns out to be nothing more than a ho-hum waste of great talent. Ridiculous sexual encounters, foolish situations and scene-after-scene of shallow dialogue ruin any chance of an emotional connection. I was grateful for Candace Bergen and a couple adorable kids (Lola Flannery and Eden Grace Redfield) who were the only people with something interesting to say, though not enough to save the show.

In a season where we need some good PG and PG-13 movies, Home Again is an unfortunate example of Hollywood (and Los Angeles) in love with itself.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Off-screen sex between an unmarried couple, lots of scenes of this couple in heated romance
Language: 2 J's, lots of GD/OMG/OG, 5-S, 1-B; Alice's friend chides her for getting childcare; tech support and sex
Violence: Two men fight
Drugs: Lots of drinking to excess, resulting in passed out people in bed together, a bag of weed drops out of one of the houseguest's jacket.
Nudity: A couple of occasions of people naked in bed (covered), images of Alice's dad with women, shirtless/topless from the back,
Other: Infidelity and a parent who lets strangers stay in her home with two young daughters


Company: Open Road Films
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 97 min.
Reviewer: Dove Team