DVD REVIEW: Clooney, Roberts Bring What Star Power They Can To ‘Ticket’

DVD REVIEW: Clooney, Roberts Bring What Star Power They Can To 'Ticket'

You can't ignore the movie called "Christmas Karen". And maybe Viola Davis' The Woman King is up for the award. But it's Ticket to Paradise that's going to get the most attention this week.

Two reasons: George Clooney and Julia Roberts.

Stars have what they call "chemistry" and can strike a match in any dysfunctional scenario.

In Ticket to Heaven, inert as these things are, they play the divorced parents of a law school freshman who is told she is about to marry a potential native. A Balinese seaweed farmer.

Naturally, they decide to move out, end the relationship, and move her and her roommate (Billy Lord, who is gorgeous) back home.

In the process (see, you can't guess) they remember what they liked about each other and, well, you get the picture.

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Like the soft rock of the 1960s, Hudson and Doris Day, "Ticket to Paradise" sounds real on no level. Having nothing against her parents, their daughter Lily (Caitlin Dever) never makes such a big decision and decides to stay after she graduates. Likewise, parents won't try to divorce their daughter and her fiancé because they didn't date her. But that's the thing with this "get married in a minute" thing.

Secret couple David (Clooney) and Georgia (Roberts) try to break off their engagement without telling their daughter. In the process, they relive their college days, play beer pong, dance wildly, and hang out together.

She has a much younger boyfriend (he will be the pilot of the plane that will take them to Bali) who will do anything to agree to her proposal. Of course, he gets bitten by a snake (no, not Roberts) and has to sit on several turtles.

Soon, the newlyweds (played by Maxime Boutier Gadet, inspired by Lili) try to appreciate what brought them together.

Written by directors Ol Parker and Daniel Pipsky, the film's script is so simple in detail that it almost goes with the flow. When Clooney and Roberts are around, their flaws seem to disappear.

A great movie awaits two Oscar-winning stars. It wasn't Roberts who got the scary outfit, but Clooney dropped a joke about dad. Yet they have that spark that keeps listeners on their toes as they think "Ticket to Paradise" is top-notch.

Sandra Bullock also gets stuck in these machines, but at least she starts out as a victim. Clooney and Roberts play people who know better. They handled their relationship with their parents quite well, only getting upset when someone else asked them about their five-year marriage.

In fact, by not using landscapes, Ticket to Heaven limits many of its activities to those of a hotel. This is Aloha Heaven, not White Lotus.

As much as fans want the two to be together (this is the fifth movie), they're likely to see plot holes as well.

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