MACK & RITA – Review by Valerie Kalfrin

The feather-light comedy Mack & Rita is a diverting and sweet take on self-acceptance that’s content to bask in the company of the individualistic Diane Keaton. At 76, Keaton is as endearing as her character thinks she’s awkward. She ambles into a Pilates studio with a long patterned coat, sparkly tam, and pink shoes, playing off being the oldest woman in the room. She burps over jumbo shrimp, then goes back for seconds. She thinks out loud, stringing what might be blunt or contradictory thoughts together, before getting behind one wholeheartedly

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