Lily Tomlin was a comedian on the weekly “Laugh-in” show, which propelled her into being featured in several major films over the next couple of decades. When I saw that she had an Oscar nom for “Grandma,” I decided to take a look after not seeing her for many years. The film is pretty entertaining for someone looking for a lite look at some serious societal issues. It doesn’t go too deep to upset anybody that is mildly conservative, but may upset “severe” conservatives (as Mitt Romney once tried to call himself). The National Board of Review lists it as one of the top ten indie films of the year.