Yeah, okay. Elsa & Fred is simply a charming romantic comedy that proves you're never too old to fall in love and dance in a fountain. The moral of the story is that even when one love ends, there's always the possibility for another (even at the age of 82). But what I took away from the movie, more than everything else, is that old people can get away with anything!

When Fred's beloved wife dies, his overprotective daughter moves him into a new, smaller apartment complex. He is alone and, understandably, wretchedly depressed. Then he meets Elsa, a quirky 82-year-old neighbor who's looking for true love. She's is a terrible driver, she's kind of a flake, she likes to lie to people, and for over half a century she's been dreaming of the day when she can reenact the fountain scene in Fellini's La Dolce Vita. She knows her own Marcello Mastroianni is out there, and she believes Fred may be the one.

At first, a mourning Fred is reluctant to go along with Elsa's pushy advances (he can see she's a bit of a wacko), but Elsa's charm wins out and Fred's eventually drawn to her bold spirit. Quickly, the adorable elderly duo becomes inseparable. They spend all their days together—traveling, eating at fancy restaurants without paying, making out, ignoring the wishes of friends and family... they basically do whatever the fuck they feel like doing because they know they can get away with it. And because honestly, who's gonna tell a sad old man he can't go to Italy and dance in the Fontana di Trevi with some cute old lady? No one, that's who. Only an asshole would do that. I can't wait to be 80.