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Critic Reviews for Sedona
Tommy Stovall's film gets bogged down in a morass of clichés, stereotypical characters and over-the-top acting, much of it committed by Frances Fisher, who you'd think might know better.
If like me, you think that things like vortices and Chi are so much flap-doodle, then you have to suspend disbelief or you will miss much of the point of the film
Audience Reviews for Sedona
I enjoyed this movie! It has everything that I look for in a good film-- interesting story line, good acting, believable setting and characters, and it has to hold my attention. This movie has all of those things. The story line was interesting, and it kept me engaged the whole time. Also, the acting, setting, and characters were very believable and realistic. I'd recommend it.
Through a series of incidences of Murphy's Law, travelers get stuck together near Sedona, Arizona. Tammy cannot get to her meeting: a plane lands on her car; the mechanic cannot get required parts; she locked herself out of her rental car. While waiting for her car to be fixed, she gets a pedicure from Beth, who asks her how her son is doing. Scott's younger son gets lost. They are lucky enough to encounter a local search and rescue professional, who helps them look. Tammy gets to revisit past wounds, and to get the opposite of prepared for her meeting. Scott gets to find his younger son. So? Tammy and Scott meet late in the show, and the matter of Tammy's child given up for adoption is resolved. Her meeting is lost. Cinematography: 8/10 Amazingly good, except for outdoor closeups. Some of the exteriors seemed to be color-enhanced. Sound: 6/10 Well done, except for the severely overblown musical nonsense toward the end of the film. Acting: 7/10 Reasonable for the script, even including the child actors. Screenplay: 6/10 Well-intended I suppose, but just not interesting and too heavy-handed.
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