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Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Whoopi's great triumph is that she plays the kind of maid that has never been seen on the screen before...Whoopi's liberated maid is a symbolic payback of sorts for all those years of silver screen servitude for black actresses.
A preachy and manipulative tearjerkering melodrama that mishandles its pseudo-emotional longwindedness. Goldberg and Liotta derved better than this punctuated pap
Whoopi, Whoopi, no, no.
Whoopi's performance makes it watchable.
Actually fairly entertaining in a boring sort of way.
An overlooked gem
Reveals that loyalty to life, not to time, is what heals those in deep grief.
A perfect little movie. A heartwarming story about the healing process, an impressive performance from a child actor, effective handling of a divisive issue (in this case, race and interracial relationships), and nice bits of music, from Manny's commercial jingles to his father's deaf violin-playing.
Movie about a broken family. A man's wife dies and he employs a housekeeper to help bring up his daughter. Good cast.
An OK movie. It is too bad that race matters. I thought the three main actors - Whoopi Goldberg, Ray Liotta and Tina Majorino (as Ray's kid) did a wonderful job.
Whoopi Goldberg plays a nanny to a girl who just lost her mother, in this well-done, enjoyable and fun movie. It's similar to her other movie "Clara's Heart" where she was a housekeeper to a little boy (Neil Patrick Harris), also a good movie. "Corrina, Corrina" works. The little girl (Tina Majorino) is sweet and believable, trying to overcome the loss of her mother. A bit awkward is the casting of Ray Liotta as the disturbed father.
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