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Is there one character who isn't a walking disaster? Just one?
I have enjoyed many of Jane Smiley's books, but I couldn't make it through A Thousand Acres. I was hoping the film would be better, but even a cast of very fine actors wasn't enough to redeem this.
I wonder how this would have been received in the Me Too era.
Between 2 and 2.5 stars. Too conventional drama.
The performances can't save the uninteresting film.
Adapted from a book written by Jane Smiley, starring Jessica Lange as Ginny of the "Cook" family along with her three sisters, Rose (Michelle Pheiffer) and Caroline (Jennifer Jason Leigh) constant squabble over her father's, Larry (Jason Robarb) acre farm land after he leaves it to them.
Another stellar film by Jocelyn Moorehouse. A fantastic A-list cast with mesmerising performances. A formidable depiction of what women and girls endure in everyday life.
En flott film,på godt og vondt.
A poor film. I especially can't get past the fact that the father molested his daughters.
This could have been a lot better. A Southern American version of King Lear could have been really engaging as the play has so many strong good characters. It certainly wasn't bad but it just didn't real take advantage of the plot lines & skimmed over the issues.
Not bad, a bit depressing. Colin Firth does an American accent for the first time and it was pretty darn good.
well the rottentomatoes critics didn't approve but i thought this had a great cast w/ great courageous acting by lange and pfeiffer... really started to hate the father early in. harsh yet touching and inspirational movie.