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a now 4 something different Altman turns in an average rom-com
No, actually it's not perfect but there is enough in this little film for a dozen other films. I saw it A LOT the year it came out.
Offbeat and certainly unusual for Robert Altman. Unique casting, Marta Heflin and Paul Dooley just somehow don?t connect. It has some fine music, but it is slow moving and coldly uninvolving.
Offbeat and certainly unusual for Robert Altman. Unique casting, Marta Heflin and Paul Dooley just somehow don't connect. It has some fine music, but it is slow moving and coldly uninvolving.
Doesn't matter if your family is button-down conservative or a collective of free spirits - it's still tough finding a balance between your love for and responsibility to them and finding the time and space for your needs and those of loved ones who don't necessarily mesh with your roots. Hell, I'm 35 and live four states away from my closest relatives and I'm still trying to figure it out.
Underrated Altman; a lot of fun
its a funny but wacky comedy from the 80s... somehow the magic was there to look for the silliness and the lines.. actually enjoyed the wackiness!
A quiet but sweet romance movie.