Based on the novel by Charles Baxter, the movie is ostensibly an exploration of love in its many forms, but mostly it sticks to the credulity-and-patience-straining kind. Morgan Freeman, cast again as a paragon of perfection (just once, it would be great to see him play a spiteful neurotic or a selfish bastard), plays Harry Stevenson, a happily married university professor who, when not at home regaling his loving wife, Esther (Jane Alexander), with stories about youngsters falling in love before his very eyes, hangs out in a local cafe dispensing gems.
—Carina Chocano Film Review of Feast of Love (2007) Los Angeles Times, September 28, 2007
paragon - vocabulary
This Grammar.com article is about paragon - vocabulary — enjoy your reading!
Ed Good — Grammar Tips