Caught this tonight. This and Blue Jasmine may be my favorite films of the year thus far. This is a smart, subtle comedy that takes on the older audience issue of finding love a second time around. Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini turn in fantastic performances that you completely buy. This is a nearly pitch perfect bittersweet comedy that really hit the spot.
The short banter between Dreyfus and Gandolfini was great, but what really got me about this movie is how effectively they used silence and non-verbals to communicate exactly the way characters felt. There were a lot of great subtle zingers, but the I worry people will think of this as a romantic comedy. That title doesn't really fit what this film is and it will be very hard to put a film like this in a specific box and say 'oh, that is what it is'.
No matter what it is, it is exceptional.