An entertaining family comedy Yes Day revolves around Allison, Carlos, and their three kids. One day they decide to say Yes to their children's wildest request with a few ground rules. What happens next form the crux of the story. The film stars Jennifer Garner, Édgar Ramírez, and Jenna Ortega in the lead role. Principal photography began in November 2019 in Los Angeles. The screenplay was written by Justin Malen and was directed by Miguel Arteta. The film was produced by Jennifer Garner, Lawrence Grey, Ben Everard, Daniel Rappaport, Nicole King, Adam Marshall, and Mark Moran and was distributed by Netflix. Interestingly the film is based upon the children's book of the same name written by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld. The music was composed by Michael Andrews. Adept cinematography by Terry Stacey and clear-cut editing by Jay Deuby makes it a watchable movie. The film was released on March 12, 2021, and it occupies a screentime of 86 minutes. A PG certificate for the movie was provided by the MPAA.
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Release Date12 MAR 2021
Run Time86 MINUTES
English, Hindi, Spanish
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Yes Day Reviews and Ratings
Average Review Rating : 3.2/5
Positive Review Rating : 48%
But it is an entertaining, family friendly romp with wish fulfilling yeses, extended comic mayhem, and satisfying consequences. ( Read More )
If you need a charming film headed up by a skilled comic actor about a family going through troubling times then watch Rose Byrne in Instant Family instead because its a big no for this one. ( Read More )
But while theres undoubtedly comedy kindling in the set up, Justin Malens (Office Christmas Party) disappointingly bland script stubbornly refuses to catch fire. ( Read More )
Miguel Artetas film is banal and predictable, but only a real killjoy mum or dad would think of vetoing it. ( Read More )
But theyre all working from a script thats largely absent of laughs and one that doesnt have commitment to its concept. ( Read More )