Bed of Roses (1995)



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In this romance, a kindly florist spies a lovely young woman crying in her apartment and decides to cheer her up. The woman is hard-working investment banker, Lisa, who is so busy promoting her career that she has little time for a social life. Lewis is the romantic florist who sends her an enormous bouquet. Deeply touched by the anonymous gesture, Lisa begins frantically searching for Lewis' identity. She finds him and they fall in love and a wonderful romance blooms. But the relationship is … More

Rating: PG (adult situations)
Genre: Drama, Romance
Directed By:
Written By: Michael Goldenberg
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jul 27, 1999
New Line Home Entertainment



as Wendy

as Mrs. Farrell

as Grandma Jean

as Aunt Meg

as Francine

as Fayard

as Lisa's Secretary

as 1st Executive

as Young Lisa

as Prince

as Student Teacher

as Stanley

as Mumuu Woman

as Sad Woman

as Helicopter Pilot
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Critic Reviews for Bed of Roses

All Critics (27) | Top Critics (12)

Don't blame the leads, but the movie has less emotional resonance than an old FTD florist commercial with Merlin Olsen.

January 1, 2000
USA Today
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Entertainment Weekly
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Audience Reviews for Bed of Roses


I really liked this one years ago. Must be at least 10 years since I last watched it.
My thoughts now? It's kind of a downer, actually. Not the sweet romantic film I remembered. Not to say it is bad, Mary Stuart and Christian make a convincing pair, and they are nice together, but it does have a sadder plot than I remembered, although there's a lovely happy ending, so no real complaints. I liked the soundtrack too. Had to go and hunt down that Scarlet track ~

Nicki Marie

Super Reviewer

Masterson's character in this movie is a lot like many women today, lonely and afraid to love. This romantic drama is realistic, but also sweet. I really liked Slater in this movie, if you're a fan you need to see this. Overall, a good romance movie.

Aj V

Super Reviewer


This is definitely a chick flick. Career girl (Mary Stuart Masterson) wooed by a young guy (Christian Slater) who has already made his millions and is now enjoying life.

Red Lats

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