A man having trouble with women suddenly finds himself surrounded by them in this independent comedy drama. Carter Webb (Adam Brody) is a successful writer who has fallen into an emotional tailspin after his girlfriend, well-known actress Sophia (Elena Anaya), breaks up with him. When Carter learns that his grandmother (Olympia Dukakis) is in failing health, he decides to leave California and return to his hometown of Detroit to help take care of her and beginning work on his long-planned novel. As Carter spends time with his grandmother, he becomes friendly with her neighbors -- mom Sarah Hardwicke (Meg Ryan) and her two daughters, angst-ridden teen Lucy (Kristen Stewart) and precocious 11-year-old Paige (Makenzie Vega). As Sarah attempts to deal with a pressing personal crisis and Carter begins sorting out his relationship issues, he discovers that sometimes what feels like the end is actually just a new beginning. In the Land of Women was the first directorial project for actor and screenwriter Jon Kasdan, the son of writer and director Lawrence Kasdan. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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This was very interesting. It really wasn't like any other movie I've seen. In it, Adam Brody's Carter Webb seems to be around many women of different ages and backgrounds and it's really quite uninteresting to see how he interacts with them. It's got some heavy parts, but truly most of the movie is light. I recommend it as something truly fun and different!
I loved this movie it was sweet, romantic and touching. I dont know what other reviewers were talking about. The movie had to do with a specific time in different people's life and it was realistic I know in real life while things are happening to you everything doesnt make a point and everything isnt fast moving. I highly recomend this movie.