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The Moving of Sophia Myles (2000)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sophia Myles
Nathaniel Myles
Bishop Heath
Ellen Bethea ...
Elizabeth Myles
Greg Spottiswood ...
Kate Greenhouse ...
Rev. Young
Marcus (as Robert Tinkler)
Jonathan Winbush ...
Sheriff Baker
Alvin, Sr.
Rita Tuckett ...
Mrs. Greerson


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A home she loves. A town she needs. For a minister's widow, life's biggest leap of faith isn't moving out...it's moving on.








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26 November 2000 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Zzzzzzz.... Yawn-inducing.
2 March 2001 | by (Maryland, USA) – See all my reviews

When I think of The Moving of Sophia Myles, the first thing that comes to mind is "yawn-inducing." I still cannot fathom how the writers managed to stretch this storyline into a two-hour film. TMOSM is the second most boring film which I have ever sat through. The only other movie that comes to mind when I think of movies this slow is the low budget version of Hamlet from my eleventh grade British literature class, which was filmed in a one room warehouse. Sad. A review from Variety stated that TMOSM moves at a snail's pace, but I beg to differ. TMOSM moves at a dead snail's pace. The characters are flat, and while I assume they are supposed to stir emotion in the viewer, they only emotion they created in me was self pity- for actually sitting through the entire piece. Rue McClanahan's talent was completely wasted in this little number, as she was hardly given anything with which to work. She gave a decent, but not at all memorable performance, which was not her fault, for every character was written rather poorly. All in all, it was nice to see Rue again, and I commend her costume designer, as Rue wore some very flattering, and beautiful suits. Rue breathed a breath of fresh air into every scene in which she appeared, but she was still not enough to save TMOSM from drowining. It will take a me a long time to forgive CBS for this one.

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