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For their 20th wedding anniversary, Jack gets Maggie a diamond necklace and a hit man. But when Tony shows up and, waiting for the signal from Jack in Connecticut to do the hit, he and Maggie begin to talk - perhaps Tony can come to value Maggie even more than her husband does. And when Jack shows up, things get very tricky. Written by
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What A Difference A Day Makes
Performed by Dinah Washington
Written by Stanley Adams and María Grever
Published by Edward B. Marks Music Co. (BMI), Stanley Adams Music, Inc. (ASCAP), Zomba Golden Sands Enterproses Inc. (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Mercury Records
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Underrated film, quite good if you're in the mood for it
I have to admit, I enjoyed this movie tremendously when I watched it alone, and later when a group of friends watched it in my house I was embarrassed by how much they hated it. You have to be in the mood for it.
Cher must be commended, to carry off a movie when you spend exactly half of your screen time tied to a chair is pretty remarkable. The interplay between Tony and Margaret is much better when it is just the two of them, Ryan O'Neal doesn't bring much of anything to his part and the film declines somewhat when he enters the home.
The only real annoyance is the HORRIFIC injections of Mazurski as some kind of freak shrink that is supposed to be funny; it may well be the single unfunniest and most unnecessary character in the history of film. You could totally fast forward through every second Masurski is on the screen and it would only improve the film.
I think women will like this a lot better than men, but it's a good film and very underrated. For most of 1996 it was my favorite film.
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