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Around thirty years after Arlis witnessed his father murdering a family, he runs into Kay, who happens to be the family's baby, who was spared. Kay and Arlis suspect nothing about each ... See full summary »
Georgia Mozell, Eve Marks and Maddy Mozell are adult sisters. Georgia is the editor of her own wildly successful self-titled women's magazine. She strives for publicity at any cost. Party planner Eve is the mother hen of the group, not only of her own family, but also of her siblings and father as their mother, Pat, not only emotionally left their father when they divorced, but her daughters as well. And Maddy is a vacuous soap opera actress who has always struggled for her own identity. Despite being as busy with her own life as the others, Eve is the only one of the three who deals with the long term hospitalization of their cantankerous seventy-nine year old father, Lou Mozell, when he enters the early stages of dementia, and the associated outcomes of that hospitalization. Eve's caring for Lou is despite an especially hurtful incident with him seven years earlier. As the emotional aspect of looking after Lou becomes more and more stressful, Eve has to figure out how to maintain ... Written by
This is the 2nd movie Meg Ryan and Walter Matthau starred in together. The first was I.Q. in 1994. See more »
Throughout the movie Meg Ryan's character is trying to recall the name of an actress. She describes the actress as stocky with short blonde hair. At the end, right before he dies, their father says it's June Allyson. More likely it was June Lockhart. June Allyson was famously tiny with red hair. See more »
You always ignore me! ever since i was 7 years old for Halloween and i dressed up as a carrot and you two snuck off without me. I'm just as much a part of this family as either of you... AND I WANNA FIGHT!
Eve Mozell Marks, Georgia Mozell:
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i thought this movie was an amazing drama. it expressed what it's like
to deal with the struggles of everyday life and also other difficult
obstacles. this movie was one of the ONLY movies i have ever seen to
truly express relationships between sisters. i loved it. i also thought
it was creative because it wasn't OVERLY dramatic to the point where
you lose touch with the reality of the situation. it just seemed like
real sisters, with a real father, living real lives and i love that. i
think the cast was amazing and they made some of the situations
comical, but they didn't throw it in your face. this movie made me
think, it made me cry, and it made me appreciate my sisters. i loved
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