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Georgia Rule (2007)

R | | Comedy, Drama | 11 May 2007 (USA)
A troubled young woman is sent to live with her grandmother for the summer, while hiding a secret that could potentially tear her family apart.

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Rachel comes to stay with her Grandmother Georgia for the summer leaving some obvious problems behind at home. Her alcoholic mother doesn't even stay the night before rushing back out to California to be with her husband. Rachel shakes up the town, a beautiful girl in the boring Mormon country. Then she reveals her deepest secret to one of her new friends, and her mother comes rushing back to find out if its true. In the midst of this crisis the three woman become closer than ever and start to understand each other more. Written by alex rose

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In this family, attitude doesn't skip a generation. See more »

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Comedy | Drama

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Rated R for sexual content and some language | See all certifications »

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11 May 2007 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Anya, lánya, unokája  »

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$20,000,000 (estimated)

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$6,773,870 (USA) (11 May 2007)

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$18,882,880 (USA) (22 June 2007)
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CGI was used to show the beautiful mountains behind Harlan's fishing lake and the town picnic. They also used CGI to add trees to the barren hills behind the picnic. See more »

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When Rachel is sitting on the reception desk in Simon's office for the first time, her white shirt collar alternates between being straight up and then lying down flat under her hair. See more »

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Georgia: Traveled all the way from San Francisco, Califonia smelling of smoke, but she doesn't smoke.
Lilly: Ok, mother, caught me.
Georgia: Save the lies for something more important than cancer.
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Referenced in Chelsea Lately: Episode #6.188 (2012) See more »

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Horse in the Sky
Written by Christopher Barrett Anderson (as Chris) and Thomas Hien (as Thomas), John Debney
Performed by Christopher Barrett Anderson (as Chris) and Thomas Hien (as Thomas)
Courtesy of Defend Music / Boar Records
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Good film - misleading trailer
11 May 2007 | by (McKinney, TX) – See all my reviews

Audiences can rebel and demand money back for numerous reasons. Viewers certainly do not like being misled by a trailer.

Georgia Rule is a prime example of an ill-marketed flick. Truth be told, I don't know how anyone could market the film. Is Georgia Rule without merit? Absolutely not! Is it a quirky comedy peopled by foreigners from California mixing with the quirky locals? Yes. Is it a slapstick comedy with clever comebacks? Yes. WHAT'S THE PROBLEM??? Quirky and clever comprise at the most 15 minutes of the film. Here is a serious drama about a family disintegrating because of communication problems and damaging behavior. Slowly the onion peels before the unsuspecting town (and the audience too). Long hidden problems drive squirm-inducing behavior on the part of the three female protagonists. The supporting cast, whether villains or heroes, perform wonders with roles better fleshed out than expected. The photography immerses watchers into small-town Idaho and its natural beauty. The score is unobtrusive - good. Now to the big stuff: · this script by Mark Andrus is another of his studies in deception, distrust, sex and revenge. None of these subjects is softened - the full impact of behaviors is up front and in-your-face but the characters seem real - these are not clichés. · I did not expect such a weighty film from Garry Marshall. He doesn't shy away from the material. He trusts his leads to get the job done. · And they deliver. Felicity Huffman walks a line as deftly as a tightrope walker. Her pain and confusion are very visible without being melodramatic or overwrought. Jane Fonda has a more difficult role - her Georgia barely reveals anything. Her every fiber tenses with control - you can almost hear her jaw clenching as she watches her daughter and granddaughter with disbelief. The surprise for me was Lindsay Lohan. A wise viewer would do well to set aside all the stories about her behavior during the making of this movie: what she delivered was simply amazing. Her character, Rachel, wears her demons on what few clothes surround her body. Miss Lohan's facial expressions veer wildly from vulnerability to defiance to dismay to anger and everything in between. The three ladies who carry Georgia Rule may fight it out come Oscar time. As for the film, I can't recommend it if only because of the subject matter.


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