New York City. It's 1897. Eight-year-old Virginia O'Hanlon has always loved Christmas. Until the day her classmates bring up the age-old question: "Is there a Santa Claus?" Not sure what to... See full summary »
Neil Patrick Harris,
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Lucas Thomas's grandmother Caroline returns every Valentine's Day to the station where, at their then first wedding anniversary, she waved off to the pacific war theatre in 1944 naval pilot... See full summary »
Jennifer Love Hewitt,
Social satire based on the best-seller by Adele Lang humorously chronicles the life of Katya Livingston, a self-centered, obnoxious and conceited 28-year-old ad sales exec who won't let anything or anyone stand in her way in getting to the top of the San Francisco social ladder. When tax inspectors quesiton her claims Katya is forced to keep a financial diary and finds time to add details about her friends, enemies and lovers all from her unique point of view. Written by
When Gatekeeper asks Katya if she received her message last night, Katya responds that after she watched "Last Call" she stayed up all night to work on the advertisement. This is a reference to "Last Call with Carson Daily" a talk show starring the ex-MTV veejay who also happens to be Jennifer Love Hewitt's ex-boyfriend. See more »
When Katya and her two friends are in an Indian Cafe, her friend is seen with a hookah (shisha) pipe in the mouth. However, when the shisha is shown by the camera, the terra cota cup is open. To smoke a shisha, that cup should be filled with tobacco, then covered by an aluminum foil, and topped with burning coals. See more »
This was a somewhat entertaining and silly piece of fluff that will keep you from being not too bored. JLH is again playing the perky and cute and always showcasing her assets in another forgettable flick. Here she plays a Paris Hilton type who does what it takes to be seen and her mission is to go to this Royal Ball that is the biggest event of the year. She hits a snag when she meets the man of her dreams and of course dramatic miscommunication ensues. The only comedic highlight is Joey Lawrence playing JLH's gay pal. Again, if you're bored or are a huge JLH fan then knock yourself out, but if not, you're not missing much.
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