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An underrated American masterpiece. A cast who are a dream come true, and the nostalgic feel could only be done properly by Robert Altman. Cher, Karen Black, Sandy Dennis, are together a slice of Americana, from a pie we can't ever have a succulent taste of ever again.??
The setting is a small town store, and while it feels very stage-bound (due to being based on a play), the characters and scenes really shine, with a reunion for a Jimmy Dean fan club being the catalyst for all the action, dredging up memories long hidden or forgotten.
A very charming character piece from start to finish, and well worth tracking down if you have the chance.
My favorite movie. Glad it's finally on DVD!
strongly suggest that movie must be watched from beginning, to understand story. great acting.
gr8 screen adaption of the broadway play
Robert Altman's highly under rated experimental adaptation of a great play features fantastic, interesting and particularly quirky performances from all 5 of the actresses. Sandy Dennis delivers a particularly tragic turn. Sandy Dennis only ever seemed to play one character on screen, but she sure played it well. Additionally, despite budget restraints -- Altman crafts a highly stylized film. Relegated to "Cult Film" status, this movie is actually much better than that implies.
Brilliant movie and so well acted by every one involved.
A significantly underrated Altman film. His direction is stunning, as the camera drifts through the enclosed location, floating from the past to the present seamlessly, telling the complex story of a group of women brought together by an American institution, as always classically skewered by Altman himself. Karen Black in particular is absolutely stunning in a brave and ambitious role. A successful stage to screen adaptation.
I've always loved this play and now I finally got to see the movie. Sandy Dennis is simply extraordinary, although it leaves me a little sad knowing that I've now seen every movie she ever made. She died far too young and not enough people know who she is anymore.
***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***