GOING IN STYLE REVIEW:
What makes an otherwise regular story unique is Braff’s execution. Despite touching upon real issues of the elderly, like financial crisis, illness or their anticipation of death, nowhere does the script get soppy or melancholic. It in fact leaves you grinning from ear to ear with its dark humour.
While the heist chaos is a bit juvenile, the film works for its self-deprecating humour and chemistry between its phenomenally talented actors. The clever writing does justice to their acting prowess.