I loved this movie! It’s about an old man who is sure he has won a million dollar prize and is going to Lincoln, Nebraska to collect his winnings, even though he has some dementia and shouldn’t be making a trip like that alone. He’s a little out of touch and doesn’t realize it’s just a magazine marketing letter, so in order to try to get to know his dad better and spend some time with him, one of his sons offers take him there. I don’t know if it was meant to be as funny as it seemed to me – I was laughing the whole movie – but it was just that I could recognize people I know in almost every character and they were hilarious! It could change from one moment to the next and be incredibly serious and thought-provoking, too. It's quietly poignant and still very powerful. I laughed, I cried, I was worn out, yet still exhilarated when I was finished with this one. I don’t know if everyone would connect with it the way I did, either. Not sure what else I can say about this film - it was just one of the best movies I’ve seen in a very, very long time.