Pierce Brosnan, Emma Thompson, Tuppence Middleton, and Timothy Spall in "hilarious" disguise.

This Venn Diagram Will Explain Whether You’ll Enjoy The Love Punch

Pierce Brosnan and Emma Thompson deserve better.

The Love Punch is a would-be farce that wheezes along like the respiratory systems of some members of its target audience of aging baby boomers, the same demographic that made The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel a hit a few years back. Likable stars Pierce Brosnan and Emma Thompson find themselves laboring to sell a broader sort of comedy. They play a long-divorced couple who rekindle their romance while plotting revenge on the evil French financier who stole their pensions.

While I might be talked into sampling a spinoff movie centered on Timothy Spall’s oddball character, the couple’s neighbor Jerry, the fact that the new X-Men movie requires less suspension of disbelief makes The Love Punch one long slog — and it’s only 90 minutes.

But will you like it? I’ve drawn up this helpful Venn diagram to identify the people most likely to walk away from the film smiling.