This is a human interest feature from the Star Tribune about an upcoming film.
Old Dogs is an upcoming comedy about two men, John Travolta and Robin Williams, who are both high-rolling sports marketing partners and have their own personal life problems.
The author of this review, Orlando Sentinel, says this movie really bit it (not in a good way). The plot was uninteresting and harmless, according to Sentinel. "There's nothing offensive here," Sentinel said.
This feature was insightful, as it advised readers not to see this movie. But I also couldn't really understand the plotline very well because the only thing Sentinel seemed focused on was ripping apart this film. It's hard to understand features when the author is so negative. That creates a lot of clutter and detracts from what the feature is trying to do, in this case write a movie review.
Next time, I would hope to see more focus on the plot, instead of the author's rude feedback.