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In spite of the new (2005) terrible film STEALTH directed by the same director of this film....
I give this film TWO THUMBS UP.
This movie rang a bell during the military draft lottery scene; my number was 316, NOT ELIGIBLE for military service. A guy I knew then got #1: Sept 14.
The very last scene is great when two good old friends find themselves years after college, each with a profession and one with a divorce already under her belt and they decide to "see what happens" now.
Very rational and smart decision.
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