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Made-Up (2002)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama | 1 March 2002 (USA)
A look at how our cultural obsession with youthful good looks affects women who are told their value is dependent on their appearance.

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A look at how our cultural obsession with youthful good looks affects women who are told their value is dependent on their appearance.

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Rated PG-13 for some sexual content
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Originally a one-woman played written and performed by 'Lynne Adams', called "Two Faced". She wanted her sister, 'Brooke Adams', to play the leading role in the movie, so she wrote in a role for herself. She also created a role for her brother-in-law, Tony Shalhoub, who directed the film. See more »

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Pass the Charm Please
24 June 2003 | by (Dallas, Texas) – See all my reviews

Greetings again from the darkness. OK, I realize I am not the target market

  • being a middle aged white guy and all. But please tell me that women


aren't so dense as to be confused at why they are not in a relationship when they make no attempt to be charming or likeable! Have been a fan of Brooke Adams since "Invasion of the Body Snatchers". In this movie, however, I am not sure who is less appealing, her or the aunt (played well by Lynne Adams). The shining star of the film is the very striking Eva Amurri playing Brooke's daughter. With wise choices, she can go places in the film world. The most intriguing role in the movie is played by the director, Tony Shaloub. Never can decide which he wants more, the thrill of acting or a relationship with a nice woman. Pretty interesting topic, not always handled the best. Shaloub shows a nice feel for camera angles and lighting. A little more warmth and charm and this could have been a real sleeper of a film.


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