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After a frantic suicide attempt, Veronika awakens inside a mysterious mental asylum. Under the supervision of an unorthodox psychiatrist who specializes in controversial treatment, Veronika learns that she has only weeks to live.
Sarah Michelle Gellar,
A department store executive (Flanery) tries to resist falling in love with a young woman (Gellar), who he believes has possessed magical powers after inheriting a restaurant. Written by
This is a light, cutesy chick-flick sort of movie. There's lots of
humor and silliness. This movie fortunately never tries to take itself
too seriously, because it would fail. The watcher who tries to take
this movie too seriously won't enjoy it. Go into it with the idea that
it's a silly movie meant to be laughed at and enjoyed, and you won't go
wrong. Sarah Michelle Gellar is really good for the role of Amanda
Shelton - she's very expressive and she does the dry humor really well,
but she also gets the emotional roller-coaster that the characters are
on and she does it smashingly well. Sean Patrick Flanery is excellent
as the guy who really can't figure out what the heck is going on but he
can't pull himself away from it anyway; and Larry Gilliard, Jr. as the
support man to Gellar's Shelton is simply funny. This movie is
definitely worth watching at least once.
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