Oh, what a sweet film.
Saw it with Lauren; loved it.
Nothing flashy, it's super-simple, neither particularly funny nor over the top...all of which is perfect and representative of life.
Nick Nolte and Robert Redford have a nice banter, and Emma Thompson is pleasant and warm.
I worry so much about Nolte's health; he looks like he'll kill over at any moment. Red faced, always out of breath.
So enjoy him while you can, and relish the two together.
With the exception of language (one F-word necessitates an "R" rating, and there are several here), the film has some innuendo, but it's rather subtle. Not absent, but subtle.
You know me, I'm always wrong on these matters with the moms, but I think it's fine for 13 and up.