WotN and I went to see this movie a couple of nights ago. I heartily recommend it for anyone who wants to be sent out of the cinema feeling better than when they went in. Sentimental? Corny? You bet - and very enjoyable with it. It's about a home for retired musicians, and so the first thing in its favour is that there's all this ace music in the background, being played, rehearsed, remembered, etc. Then, secondly, it's very funny in places. And, thirdly, there's a grand cast, from Tom Courtenay and Maggie Smith through any number of English actors you've seen a hundred times before. For me, the star of the whole thing was Pauline Collins, playing a character you had to love. Two other things: there's a focus on old age that is at once amusing and laden with experiences with which we of mature years are increasingly familiar; and the cast all look as if they had a bloody good time filming it. This is sort of infectious. Go. You can blame me afterwards if you want.