Cupid & Cate (2000)

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This adaptation of Christina Bartolomeo's novel Cupid and Diana was produced for the award-winning anthology series Hallmark Hall of Fame. Cate DeAngelo (Mary Louise Parker) is the misfit youngest daughter in a dysfunctional Irish/Italian family; her mother recently died, and her father Dominic (Philip Bosco) has never had much use for her. Cate gets along only a bit better with her sisters, fussbudget Francesca (Bebe Neuwirth) and straight-laced Cynthia (Joanna Going). Cate runs a vintage clothing boutique that isn't doing much business, and her relationship with her boyfriend Philip (David Lansbury) is pleasant but passionless. When she meets Harry (Peter Gallagher), a rumpled but charming lawyer from New York, Cate thinks she may have finally found the man she's been looking for all her life -- except he seems like a less attractive package than Philip, and her family is sure she's making a mistake. Cupid & Cate first aired on May 7, 2000.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Drama , Television , Romance
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Studio:
Hallmark Entertainment

Cast

Mary-Louise Parker
as Cate De Angelo
Bebe Neuwirth
as Francesca
Joanna Going
as Cynthia
Philip Bosco
as Dominic
Peter McRobbie
as Dr. Brimmer
David Lansbury
as Phillip
Robert Hogan
as Laurence
Alice Frank
as Teen Shopper
Rebecca Luker
as Annette
Robinne Lee
as Ellen
William Raymond
as Father Francis
Louisa Holaday
as Teen Shopper
Nap Turner
as Newspaper Vendor
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½

Pretty darn good...I like Mary-Louise and don't see her in a lot. I liked the family dynamics in this and the fact that someone was actually beating cancer :-)

Robin P.
Robin P.

A cute, fluffy chick flick that has a weak ending. There is really very little chemistry between Parker and Gallagher. The dysfunctional family storyline is a little unbelievable as well.

Heather Metzger
Heather Metzger
½

I don't like the abrupt ending, but the movie is very touching as it deals with alcoholism, disfunctional family, love, disease, and communication.

Erin Simmons
Erin Simmons

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