#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A father brings up his baby girl as a single dad after the unexpected death of his wife who died a day after their daughter’s birth.
Plot: A widowed new dad copes with doubts, fears, heartache and dirty diapers as he sets out to raise his daughter on his own. Inspired by a true story.
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The theme of the movie is pulling the family feeling out of you. The acting of kevin is nice as always, but there is few details the director miss to include. Kevin hair style always goood!! **where is the busy father raising his daughter**. Few moments of his wife is not enough i never felt attached to his wife dead rather then what will happen with his relationship about arguments and struggling.. overall is nice to watch, it can be boring few minutes.
There are many films about parenthood, but Fatherhood caught my attention due to the main actor and the director. Kevin Hart (Jumanji: The Next Level) is one of the most recognizable, famous faces in comedy, so seeing him bring it down to portray a more grounded character dealing with an emotionally devastating moment in life is captivating, to say the least. In addition to this, Paul Weitz, one of the directors of American Pie, is directing this Netflix flick. How can someone not feel remotely interested in watching the final result?
Fatherhood may go through the usual plot developments and character building of the genre, but Hart offers a brilliant performance as the compelling protagonist who will grab every viewer’s attention. The actor proves yet again that he isn’t a one-trick pony, seamlessly incorporating the complex feelings of his character. From losing the woman he loves to raising a child on his own, the accumulated emotions keep the movie worth investing in. Alfre Woodard (The Lion King) is terrific as always, but Lil Rel Howery (Judas and the Black Messiah) isn’t really able to overcome the script issues when it comes to the comedic bits.
The jokes themselves are acceptable, but they’re often inserted at the wrong moment. There are many scenes where a joke could have helped lighten the heavy, depressing atmosphere, but they’re saved for dialogues that don’t require them. Howery is usually hilarious, but in this film, his character genuinely feels a bit irritating. Despite the overlong stay, it’s a movie I can see helping a lot of parents in similar situations while being entertaining and enlightening at the same time for other viewers.
This was a sweet and cute movie/story. It definitely brought a lot of ups and downs throughout. It really didn’t capture my attention the entire time but it was good for what it is.
a heartwarming family film
Kudos to Kevin Hart and the rest of the cast for delivering their characters in this film. I loved each character’s portrayal. This movie had nearly every moment you’d want in a film: comedic, emotional, sentimental, and joyous scenes. Although predictable, it’s something you can enjoy watching… especially with family, which was the intent of making this movie.
Some flaws in terms of acting/storytelling: I couldn’t really understand why the main character decided to some of the things he did – that internal conflict with himself could’ve been better portrayed on screen. I also thought the ending was a bit rushed. But overall, a great film and I’m glad Kevin Hart is doing something other than only comedy movies because his versatility in acting is showing.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 49 min (109 min)
Genre Comedy, Drama
Director Paul Weitz
Writer Dana Stevens, Paul Weitz, Matt Logelin
Actors Kevin Hart, Alfre Woodard, Lil Rel Howery
Country United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Red Monstro, Servicevision FFA Scorpiolens Lenses
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format), Servicevision (anamorphic) (source format)
Printed Film Format Video (UHD)