Eleanor lives with the artist Stash. Just like his artist friends, he is completely unknown but is waiting for the big break. Stash is mean to her and finally she leaves him. Ironically, ... See full summary »
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Tommy Jarvis goes to the graveyard to get rid of Jason Voorhees' body once and for all, but inadvertently brings him back to life instead. The newly revived killer once again seeks revenge, and Tommy may be the only one who can defeat him.
Still haunted by his past, Tommy Jarvis - who, as a child, killed Jason Voorhees - wonders if the serial killer is connected to a series of brutal murders occurring in and around the secluded halfway house where he now lives.
A comedy TV series. Fitz & Slade are the lead investigators of a special anti-crime unit that handles the bizarre and dangerous. In this "anything goes" world, both cops and criminals play fast and loose with the rules of society.
Unhappy in her marriage, Debra invites Michelle over for wine and advice. Soon, a comedy of misunderstandings ensues until true motives and feelings are brought to the surface. Is living a lie really living?
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Our two young lovers meet on a series of snowy days in high school. Years later they reconnect in Manhattan, but life is more complicated. Sarah sleeps with her beeper. James goes to "open-mike therapy". As Sarah plans her wedding to someone else, James prays for snow and a second chance at first love. Written by
This movie is the perfect example of what any romantic comedy today should possess. The first thing I look for in such a film is a character I can connect with, relate to, or fall in love with. I did all three with the main couple in this film. Kipp Marcus as James did a wonderful job creating a guy I could sympathize with, and see his point of view at the same time. I wanted so badly for him to get the girl, that when he reached his pathetic moments, I found myself saying, "Well, he's in love - I don't blame him." He grabbed me instantly, and his moments with Alice Dylan (Sarah) on-screen were great also. I think she did a great job and they had great chemistry together. Few romantic comedies can actually make me laugh; I've grown not even to expect laughs. This movie has disproved my theory that most romantic comedies are just dramas with some jokes thrown in for kicks. I actually found it hilarious; the energy Marcus put into playing his role, his facial expressions, body language - I was almost constantly smiling. Bernadette Peters was also a treat; she's been one of my favorites since The Jerk so I was glad to see her face again. I would have liked to see more interaction between James and his friend Mitch, just so I could fully appreciate their friendship. Overall, I'd give this movie a 9 out of 10, and I'd watch it again. Great job!
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