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Storytelling at it's finest,it's both heartbreaking and funny with fine,fine performances.One of the years best.
Good drama about paraplegics adjusting to their state in a rehab center with a good cast headed up by Eric Stolz and Helen Hunt.
I was paralyzed in 1991. I saw this movie and it was spot on. I really enjoyed the realism.
This is a pretty good film and manages to be dramatic and comedic while staying real. A surprising touching performance by Wesley Snipes in a role you would not expect. I am also surprised Eric Stoltz is not still around.
Stoltz does a good if not great job of telling the store of Neal Jimenez and his experiences in becoming paralyzed. As I said, good, not great.
Earnest drama about three paraplegics and their friendship. Well acted and doesn't resort to cheap tricks & manipulative sentimentality to be touching.
Solid character piece about a man adjusting to life as a paraplegic.
An experience from a gifted writer telling a story from personal experience, as opposed to some hack culling together a melodrama about how sad it is to be crippled.