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The movie follows Elle, a lesbian poet coping with the recent death of her long-term life partner. One day, Elle's estranged 18-year-old pregnant granddaughter Sage shows up needing $630 bucks for an abortion. Temporarily broke, Elle and Sage spend the day trying to get their hands on the cash.
Short, tart, yet unexpectedly sweet, Paul Weitz's "Grandma" is a small-scale character study - and, because that character is played by the great Lily Tomlin, it's mesmerizing, right up until its final frame.
Lily Tomlin is simply phenomenal as the very liberal, short-tempered grandma. She hasn't been in a lot of movies of late, so it's easy to forget that while she's best known for her comedic work, she's always been a fine dramatic actress.