Sundays At Tiffany's (2010)
Meet the very serious Jane Claremont (Alyssa Milano, TV's "Charmed"). A perfect planner, she works as the always-in-control manager of the theater owned by her mother Vivian (Stockard Channing, TV's "The West Wing"). Engaged to the handsome, successful actor Hugh (Ivan Sergei, The Break-Up), Jane's got a plan for everything - until the unexpected return of her childhood imaginary friend, Michael (Eric Winter, TV's "Days of Our Lives"). She hasn't seen Michael since one fateful day at Tiffany's when she was ten years old. Now he's back, making her doubt her sanity while rediscovering joy, innocence and creativity. Jane thought she had life all figured out... but thanks to Michael, she's about to reimagine everything. From the best-sellerby beloved authors James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet comes a love story like no other. (courtesy of dvd releases) … More
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ADORABLE!! Alyssa Milano is proving to be quite the romantic story leader. She is charming, beautiful, and a wonderful actress who seems to be picking the right kind of movies for her craft. This movie included. Absolutely wonderful....More
When Jane was very young her only friend was a handsome, funny, kind man named Michael... the interesting thing is that no one else could see him, or believe he existed beyond the realms of Jane's very creative imagination. As Jane grew older, though, the time came for Michael to leave Jane's side... and he wasn't forgotten...
More than twenty years after her "friend" said goodbye, Jane sees him again... she is now a successful businesswoman, set to marry Hugh (Ivan Sergei), her handsome fiancÚ, until Michael (Eric Winter) suddenly reappears, all grown up, to warn Jane about the path her life is on.
I tried to find something I'd like in this movie - but it was really hard to even watch it until the end... too formulaic but without substance to follow the formula. Based on James Patterson book by the same name, this film uses an element of fantasy but it wasn't very captivating. At the neginning seems that the cast has a good chemistry between them but that dissapeared in the second half. At the end, you'll feel that the movie asks many questions but there is no answers on any of them.
The movie version was more happily-ever-after fairy-tale Disneyish but the book is much, much better. The movie was a completely DIFFERENT story altogether with the same title and the same character names. But the story was 90% different.More
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