There was a good idea in here. The effect of grief and how one would respond were they given a second chance with their loved ones could have been potent. It’s an interesting concept that becomes lost in a story that annoyingly flits between introspective and comedic.
Not meeting Beth before her ‘death’ gives us no chance to connect, which left me ambivalent towards the main relationship.
My overriding feeling towards Life After Beth is disappointment. The cast are game but it all gets rather silly. Instead of successfully portraying one idea it fails at attempting several. A missed opportunity.