Some Girls (Sisters) (1988)
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Michael (Patrick Dempsey) is a college student invited to spend Christmas vacation in Quebec City with his sweetheart Gabby (Jennifer Connelly) and her family. The wide-eyed Michael sees the city as a fairytale land with the splendid architecture gently dusted by the falling snow. When Michael arrives, Gabby tells him she is breaking up with him, and separate sleeping arrangements are made, and Gabby's mother (Florinda Bolkan) makes sure the visitor adheres to Gabby's wishes. Gabby's eccentric
Sep 9, 1988 Wide
Feb 12, 2008
MGM Home Entertainment
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A cross-cultural teen sex farce with some good moments, Some Girls hinges on the deadpan comic timing of Patrick Dempsey.
To its credit, the film is well cast and boasts imaginative production design, but is neither particularly funny nor emotionally credible.
The rest of the cast, like the D'Arc mansion itself, has problems with electricity. There isn't any.
There are some sweet moments and several very funny scenes, mostly of the door-slamming, mistaken identity variety.
The film remains highly entertaining through all its baroque turns of events, and the performances are fine.
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