| Director||John Chuldenko|
| Writer||John Chuldenko, Sean Blythe|
| Release Date||18-May-2012|
| Cast||Todd Grinnell, Ali Hillis, Kevin Linehan, Erin Chambers|
About Movie:- Neil and Sarah used to talk about bands they love, now they talk about gift cards. They are, in short, in that uneasy transition from hipster to yuppie, and they're asking themselves that universal question of all thirtysomething married couples: How The Hell Did That Happen? In an effort to rekindle their relationship, they set out on a trip that lands them back in their old neighborhood, in a trendy section of Los Angeles. A few drinks bring back a few memories, and Neil and Sarah end up breaking into the apartment they used to share, and squatting illegally for a few days in their twentysomething lives. After throwing a raging "housewarming" party, Neil and Sarah must rely on their grown-up resources to avoid some serious consequences.
Movie Review:- The romantic comedy Nesting takes an old idea and tosses in a few today-sounding phrases in hopes of coming up with a fresh-feeling movie. The story centers on a couple in their 30s, Neil (Todd Grinnell) and Sarah (Ali Hillis), who are worried that the spark and sense of adventure have gone out of their marriage. “What I really want is to have a torrid, passionate affair with the woman who my wife was five years ago,” Neil laments to a friend named Graham (Kevin Linehan).
Direction, Dialogues and Music:- Nesting is purportedly a drama/comedy, but the script is both incredibly dull and remarkably unfunny. Aside from this obvious problem, Chuldenko makes matters worse by peppering his story with copy-and-pasted "young and hip" cues he must have culled from the Internet. Contrived references to pot, Pabst Blue Ribbon, and being in bands abound. The whole thing reads as though it were written by a middle-aged dad trying to convince his kids that he's cool.
Overall :- Good Movie.