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The California No – Summary/ Review (with Spoilers)

The California No‘s Ending (Spoilers)

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The movie ends for Elliott with his life no better than when the movie began. He tells Allison he wants a divorce, and she rejects it. Not because they are in California, he is broke, so she’d be giving up a lot. Nope. It is because her dad died alone and she doesn’t want to end life the same. As for his relationship with Kaley? She utterly rejects the idea of him leaving his wife for her since she doesn’t want him. He is unemployed, depressing, and she doesn’t need that in her life.

So we end things with him back home may be willing to work things out with Allison or prepping to stand firm in what he said previously. As in we’re left on a cliffhanger not knowing what his ultimate decision is or whether she is up the stairs looking, or waiting, for him.


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  1. I think this movie was quite good. He portrayed an entitled milenial who was take take take. In his own mind everyone owed him and he always had a sob story. In retrospect he is realy quite a piece of s@it but everyone liked him cause he’s so easy going. But we all realise he is just a pathetic loser. In the end after failing to latch onto Kaley and getting a punch in the mouth for asking for money from the ex movie star. He ends up back at his wifes door broke pathetic … but will she take him back? I’d wstch the sequel. 7.8 out of 10.

  2. the problem is most people in real life, whether male or female arent the mesmerizing leading men and women we know in movies . It is this unrealistic expectations that can destroy an otherwise stable relationship. thinking that our commitment to a relationship depends on how Interesting the other partner is. Most thing in life arent that way honestly, especially when we mature and grow up. Im criticizing your analysis on hwy the woman would do to that to the uninteresting leading man as you said. But maybe you should also take a good look in the mirror.

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