Fun, messy "It's Complicated" made better by Streep
You can't get around what “It's Complicated” really is: a chick flick for older women. The new comedy, about middle-aged divorced folks hooking up behind their kids' back trying to rekindle some of the romance they had before, is your perfect movie if you enjoy seeing older people rolling around in the sack. It's not as near as bad as it sounds and actually “It's Complicated” is more lively and enjoyable than you might think, in spite of the fact it’s a predictable, slightly dumb comedy.
Streep and Martin smoke pot. Baldwin gets naked. They sneak around, they get it on, and more than once. Some of it’s admittedly funny (the first unexpected drunken encounter is best, less so after that) but it grows - no pun intended - old after awhile. It runs its course after 90 minutes and Meyers has difficulty letting go of her quick fling of a movie, predictably extending it to nearly two hours, making it more complicated than necessary.