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Second Thoughts (1983)

PG | | Comedy, Drama | February 1983 (USA)
Lawyer Amy finds herself courted by two very different men: her client, a roguish street musician named Will, and her old boyfriend John Michael. A curious triangle develops as Amy gets pregnant by Will and both men vie for her affections.

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Amy
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Will
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John Michael
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Janis
Arthur Rosenberg ...
Dr. Eastman
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Dr. Martha Carpenter
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Sharon
James O'Connell ...
Chief Staab
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Sgt. Cabrillo
Alex Kubik ...
Officer Behnke
Charles Lampkin ...
Judge Richards
Michael Prince ...
Alfred Venable
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Trudy
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Monroe Clark
Joseph Whipp ...
Jailer
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Lawyer Amy finds herself courted by two very different men: her client, a roguish street musician named Will, and her old boyfriend John Michael. A curious triangle develops as Amy gets pregnant by Will and both men vie for her affections.

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A comedy with something on its mind. See more »

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Comedy | Drama

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February 1983 (USA)  »

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Ehe mit Hintergedanken  »

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Lucie Arnaz was top first billed, Craig Wasson received second billing. See more »

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Tomorrow I Will Love You Still
Written and performed by Craig Wasson
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Perfect deja vu flick
28 August 2002 | by (Austin, Texas) – See all my reviews

This is the epitome of what I call "Deja vu flicks," movies which you've seen before but barely remember; when you see them again, they seem vaguely familiar but you can't quite place the memory. A rather silly story about a ne'er do well free spirit in love with a straitlaced lawyer, this had one memorable element: in order to exact revenge on her ex, a banker, the main character takes out a safe-deposit box in the bank where he works and puts a dead fish in it. As the fish ages, the smell in the bank becomes intolerable. Pretty clever, I'd say. The movie as a whole is the kind of thing you might watch if you were in prison but it's not worth crossing the street to see.


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