Ticket to Paradise chronicles divorced partners David and Georgia Cotton, who can’t see eye-to-eye on anything, particularly when it arrives to their beloved daughter Lily Cotton. 25 years after their wedding – they broke five years after – David and Georgia are in for a surprise because Lily plans to match a seaweed farmer called Gede (Maxime Bouttier), who she met in Bali on her graduation vacation. David and Georgia reluctantly call in a momentary truce and work together to hurt their daughter’s wedding, stressing that Lily will make the same blunder they made 25 years ago. What ensues is one hilarious accident after another, which also brings David and Georgia closer jointly, even if they try wholeheartedly not to.
Ticket to Paradise belongs solely to George Clooney and Julia Roberts’ crackling chemistry that comes blazing through in every stage. Whether it be drunken dancing after beer pong games and unsettling their daughter or giggling at each other’s sorrows like obtaining bitten by a dolphin; the two are blaze on ice. Also, a plus point is the aesthetic Australia-turned-Bali cinematography that is foolproof to reel you in but never once touches overindulgent like a tourism ad. Even if the personalities keep saying how it’s the best place on Earth. While some conversations reach their saturation levels, overall, the report by Ol Parker and Daniel Pipski is sure to massage your funny bones just right, especially when Clooney and Roberts are provided free harnesses to duke it out.
Ticket to Paradise may appear like the direct-to-streaming sort of movie at the foremost glance, but it pivoted out to be a friendly treat and a joyful adventure to watch on the big screen while not having to worry about solving anything. It’s also invigorating to see a certified happy ending in a very long time on such a retail scale. There is a binge-able quality connected to Ticket to Paradise which you may review from time to time.