I did not enjoy watching Every Day one bit. I was so depressed and full of sadness when I left the theater and I don’t think one should feel that way after seeing a film. The story is about a staff writer Ned (Liev Schreiber) who is unhappy with his work, marriage and overall the quality of his life and starts an affair with beautiful Robin (Carla Gugino). The problem with this movie is that it does not engage the audience at all. I did not care one bit about Ned’s uhappiness or his wife’s struggle with her marriage and her ill father. I did not feel for any of the characters. I thought the acting was great, so I am confused why the movie failed to move me in a any way. Helen Hunt was absolutely wonderful, even though she was made to play a victim throughout the whole movie. Liev Schreiber was excellent as well, considering that his character was plain annoying and very hard to like. Eddie Izzard, who played Ned’s boss, was really good and I wish he had more scenes in the movie. I was disappointed with this film because the characters in the movie were not developed enough, therefore it was hard to like them or relate to them. I do not recommend seeing this film.