Desperate to get her son into a better school, single mom Rose (Amy Adams) persuades her slacker sister Norah (Emily Blunt) to join her in the crime scene cleanup business to make some quick cash. But underneath the dust and grime they also come to discover a true respect for one another, and create a brighter future for the entire Lorkowski family. Rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for language, disturbing images, some sexuality and drug use. Widescreen.
---i didn't exactly like it but this kind of movie is something that
you can relate like it can really exist in real situation..
like yah know, someone struggling finding a good job that pays good,
being a single mother, and other stuff...
and there were some funny scene and dialogue of course..
1. what a father love can do for a struggling daughter.
2. your sister can be your best friend.
3. you'll always find a goodness in people's heart (winston character)
4. when oscar (the little boy) opened his gift on his birthday
5. when the business grew and the job became like its really a good gig and pays good
6. having a kid in the family seems gives everyone a sense of joy :)
7. letting go of someone (who doess not see our value) is sometimes the best gift we could ever give our self.
8. no matter what we do, its our life, no one is entitle to question or make you feel that your nothing because of what you do.