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Vital Signs may not graduate at the top of its class, but it's an entertaining and often compelling drama about self-discovery, saving lives, and the relationships that grow both weaker and stronger through the rigors of medical school. It's no Gross Anatomy, but this is a solid, dependable picture that's often captivating, always well acted, and built around fairly compelling characters. It does suffer from some bouts of predictability, but it's a worthwhile journey into a fascinating world.
Vital Signs is a horrible film. It is about medical students in their third year trying to decide what to specialize in. Adrian Pasdar and Diane Lane give good performances despite a terrible script. Marisa Silver did an awful job directing this movie. I was disappointed after watching this motion picture.
dian lane is so beautiful
Pretty much what you'd expect from a medical students movie, with the requisite everyday drama and moral dilemmas. It's slightly better than average, but Diane Lane deserves most of the credit for that. And it has the guy from "Heroes," too.
good film with medicine - the original Grey's Anatomy
Just call this Grey's Elmo Fire. God, Diane Lane is hot!
I OW N it so I LOve 1t ....:O)
I really wasn't expecting the seizure.
its ok. its kinda fun sometimes.
4.5/10. Melodramatic fluff, hardly believable, surprisingly not very well acted. It frequently did not hold my interest and very much was looking forward to it ending. Nothing in the least bit special.