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When David, a widower with a teenaged son, marries Vicki, who is divorced and has a teenaged daughter, it's sure to be a happy family. But the kids, Tim and Jenny, become romanticly attracted to each other. Which makes David and Vicki VERY uncomfortable, and Vicki's ex-husband, Andy, furious. It's no longer a happy family in this household. Written by
Brian W Martz <B.Martz@Genie.com>
It's hard to believe that it's been 20 years now since this movie came out. I had the movie on VHS for a long time, lost it about 3 years ago, and recently found the movie for sale on the internet. I could watch it over and over. (I *have* watched it over and over.) Each member of the cast was excellent and I cannot imagine the characters being portrayed by anyone else. But, of course, the two main characters were what made the movie. Megan Follows and Dermot Mulroney each did a fabulous job. Mulroney did the part of the "Joe Cool" character, who wasn't really, better than anyone could imagine. And Megan Follows - I haven't seen an actress before or since who can say so much with her eyes! If you haven't seen this movie and you ever get a chance, don't pass it up!
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