The arrival this week of the new Tommy Jones movie "Company Men" on DVD raises the question: Is there anything less entertaining than watching middle-aged men coming to terms with unemployment?
How about following each step in the dissolution of a marriage? Or seeing a mother working through her grief over the death of a child?
All these topics were tackled by some of 2010’s most ambitious films: “Rabbit Hole,” “Company Men,” “Revolutionary Road,” “Blue Valentine.” ... And for the last month or so, we have been seeing their bodies wash up on the shores of Maryland homes.
I’m sure their makers are still...