I watched "Because I Said So" this weekend on DVD. I'm a big Lauren Graham, Mandy Moore & Diane Keaton fan. Don't bother. Even the frequent sightings of good-looking males couldn't make me like this thing. It was as if a man decided to write a movie about what women talk about when men aren't around, and yet, it was written by a woman (two, to be accurate). If she(they) really has conversations like that with her family, I'm glad we're not related.
The Diane Keaton comedy bits had no timing whatsoever, and were more preposterous than I was willing to swallow.
Dang. I really wanted to like it.