Green Card Reviews
The score is mesmerizing, and adds to the overall feel of the movie,which is funny, moving and memorable.
There is something wrong with people if they only give this movie the score it has at the moment. It's far better than many movies rated much higher than it.
Sweet tale of Brontë Parrish, a horticulturalist (Andie McDowell) who marries French illegal immigrant Georges Fauré (Gerard Depardieu in his English language debut) for him to get a green card and for her to get a New York apartment she has been dying for with a beautiful garden. When immigration knocks on her door asking questions, the two have to stay together and learn about each other. Predictable fare elevated by two likable leads (especially Depardieu) with unlikely chemistry and a smart script by director Peter Weir. Nominated for One Oscar: Original Screenplay.