A divorced woman along with his son move to an old ranch in Arizona and forms a deep friendship with an older gentleman.
Just when the relationship starts to form into something more meaningful things get interesting when her scoundrel of an ex-husband shows up, swearing it’s all water under the bridge now and that he is a reformed man. Brian Kerwin’s performance as the charming but petty man child of an ex-husband is perfectly executed and provides the best comedy bits of the movie.
A romantic comedy is always a triumph when it’s something us men can also stomach. Murphy’s Romance definitely falls into this category.