Everybody’s fine is a remake of a movie Cinema Paradiso Director Giuseppe Tornatore titled all’s fine. A man in his 60s after the passing of his wife is a defective boat without a bailer. Plain Goode has everything above-deck shipshape, yet he’s sinking. The patio nursery is his pride and happiness. Everything inside is wiped, scoured, cleaned, tidied, masterminded and arranged. He purchases enormous steaks and another electric flame broil to cook them on. He chooses a wine with the counsel of a dumbfounded stockboy. He leans back in his garden seat on his manicured yard and anticipates the landing of his four youngsters.
At last, none of them can make it. One can’t be tried to call, however his second thoughts are gone along. Forthright steers an unfaltering course to his specialist, saying he wants to do some voyaging. His specialist says this is a terrible thought.