Miami Rhapsody (1995)
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In this complicated, romantic comedy a neurotic young woman considers a marriage proposal while examining the equally neurotic love-lives of her family. The tale is told in flashback, by the wise-cracking, flighty, indecisive Gwyn. Though she had many doubts about marriage she accepted her boy friend Matt's proposal. Gwyn's family provides her with many reasons to doubt the idea of marriage. While she attends her little sister Leslie's wedding to football beefcake Jeff, Vic, Gwyn's father, tells he thinks his wife, Nina, is having an affair. His suspicions are correct and Nina tell Gwyn all the details of her involvement with Gwyn's grandmother's male nurse, Antonio. Gwyn's married brother Jordan is trysting with his travel agent, and newlywed Leslie is already fooling around with her ex-boyfriend. … More
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Critic Reviews for Miami Rhapsody
Looks, sounds, and feels like a Woody Allen comedy given a shot of adrenaline. (published 2-17-95)
We already have a Woody Allen, but thanks anyway for applying.
Reveals how the consumer ethic has diluted traditional views of marriage so that it is held hostage to our desires for new experiences, self-fulfillment, and endless variety
Pretty funny, as far as Woody Allen wannabes go.
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