Wow, the movie was great. I haven't watched any movies of Scarlett Johansson besides her portrayal of Black Widow and I must admit I was surprised. The way she portrayed Nicole Barber was just great. Adam Driver was a great actor as well. His portrayal of Charlie was just great. I like how in the monologue they gave us an idea of how the story progresses and how the character's personality fits in the narrative. Also, I would like to applaud the director and writer, Noah Baumbach. This is my first view of his work and I'm really impressed. Some people may say that the film gets boring because of the dialogue and stuff, but the content of it makes the story more realistic in my opinion. And don't get me started on the acting -- it was just pure raw emotion. I teared up tons of times. The movie overall portrays the proceedings of getting a divorce, it became very interesting as it showed more side of jurisdiction, specifically when it comes to child support. Both parties fighting for their rights and trying their best not to ruin their children's life.
Overall, I'd give it a 8/10.
PS: I'm new to writing a review. Please do share your thoughts on how I'll improve in terms of being a critique. Also do point out things I've missed or should emphasize on my review. Thanks, y'all.