Angie (1994)

Angie (1994)

TOMATOMETER

——

AUDIENCE SCORE

Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Angie Photos

Movie Info

An Italian-American woman from Bensonhurt, New York decides to change her life after learning that she has become pregnant in this drama. Not wishing to resign herself to marriage with her uninspiring boyfriend, she sets out to discover what else life has to offer.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Comedy , Drama , Musical & Performing Arts
Directed By:
Written By:
In Theaters:
 wide
On DVD:
Runtime:
Studio:
Caravan Pictures

Watch it now

Cast

Margaret Cho
as 2nd Admissions Nurse
Geena Davis
as Angie
Adam LeFevre
as Museum Guard
Elaine Kagan
as Aunt Jean
April Grace
as 2nd ICU Nurse
Marin Hinkle
as Young Joanne
Joanne Baron
as 1st ICU Nurse
Charlayne Woodard
as Floor Nurse
John Toles-Bey
as Hospital Guard
Rae Allen
as Aunt Violetta
Bibi Osterwald
as Dr. Gould's Nurse
Vernee Watson-Johnson
as ICU Desk Nurse
Jean Marie Barnwell
as Young Angie
Michael Laskin
as Surgeon
Frank Pellegrino
as Uncle Marty
Betty Miller
as Joanne
Nancy Giles
as Bedside Nurse
Rosemary DeAngelis
as Aunt Vicky
Susan Jaffe
as Ballerina
Ron Michaels
as 1st Mechanic
Tony Ray Rossi
as 2nd Mechanic
Joanna Sanchez
as 1st Admissions Nurse
Ida Bemardini
as Aunt Louisa
Charlaine Woodard
as Floor Nurse
Matt Hofherr
as Coffee Shop Waiter
Ray Xifo
as Dr. Gould
Antoinette Peragine
as Circulating Nurse
Dawn Hudson
as Woman on Bus
Simone Study
as Woman at Bar
Robert Conn
as Death
Ida Bernardini
as Aunt Louisa
Robbie Wenger
as Boy in Park
Louis Gigante
as Priest
Anthony Baracco
as Tina's 1st Son
Leonard Spinelli
as Tina's 2nd Son
Eileen Davis
as Cranky Labor Nurse
Roseanne Tucci
as Bernadette
Maria Venusio
as Denise
Lauren Cona
as Donna
Marc Lewis
as Man in Wheelchair
James Plair
as Bus Driver
Sharon Claveau
as Woman in Window
Show More Cast

Critic Reviews for Angie

All Critics (16) | Top Critics (4)

Updated version of the simplistic working class sagas Hollywood used to make in the 1950s (Marty), except that the protag is an ethnic minority female, miscast by the glorious and beautiful Geena Davis; showing promise, Gandolfini may become a lead actor

Full Review… | February 1, 2007
Screendaily

Thanks to Geena, it's better than it reads on paper

September 17, 2002
Moviehole

Rambunctious drama about a pregnant unmarried woman's journey of self-discovery.

Full Review… | August 22, 2002
Spirituality and Practice

Davis elevates the material beyond the soap-opera conventions ... barely.

July 25, 2002
eFilmCritic.com

Quote not available.

Full Review… | September 7, 2011
Entertainment Weekly
Top Critic

Quote not available.

July 2, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com

Audience Reviews for Angie

Geena Davis did terrific in this movie about an italian-american woman who gets pregnant but doesn't want to get married right away. It's more about her finding herself than just getting married and having a baby. A couple of familiar faces from The Sopranos. Geena really sounds like an italian from NY lol.

Jennifer Torres
Jennifer Torres

Warning!! (CHICK FILK) Geena Davis,Is One of my fave actreses?? She Is MIA Lately .. And James Gandolfini Looks like a pimp lol He is Great in this I rilly felt sorry for him .. Geena Davis Play's Angie A Woman Whos Mother ran out on her at a verey young age..Not Knowing Wy? She Is like A Lost Soul In This Movie .. When She finally dose track her mothers path to find answer's She Gets a shock I Dont think she was ready for ..This is a HART WARMER..

angel marth
angel marth

Has a ton of good stuff but is really fractured and disjointed. Apparently this was against director Coolidge's wishes, but whatev. Ultimately the film commits the ultimate filmic sin ... it's boring.

Matt Kendrick
Matt Kendrick

Angie Quotes

There are no approved quotes yet for this movie.

Discussion Forum

Discuss Angie on our Movie forum!

News & Features