The people in this movie are dumber than a box of Tinkertoys. One fears they're so unfortunate it's not Politically Correct to laugh at them. That's not a problem because "Just Go With It" is so rarely funny. Here is a story that began as a French farce.
We float through much of life on auto-pilot. Years can go by unexamined in this manner, and it often takes something drastic to be shocked out of this malaise. Films are frequently about these kind of moments because they are catalysts for change, and change is a prerequisite to narrative plotting. Sometimes they are realistic: a breakup, an unexpected death, or a cancer diagnosis.
Nonetheless, we got a beer each and sat down. Thanks much My point of sharing my story is to hopefully show someone out there that its possible and pretty painless. My maternal grandparents were both born in Finland.