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MacLaine & Lange Excellent! Such Wonderful Aged Wine Served in a Cheap Plastic Cup of a Script :(
Both Shirley and Jessica are experienced talents capable of bringing to live a real topper script, compared to this humdrum 1980s TV movie script they've been saddled with.
If they had their hands on a truly competent script, these two would sizzle in both the comedic and dramatic aspects. The direction don't fare any much better, and all you get is a lazy evening mildly enjoyable fare.
Demi Moore is given next to nothing real to do here, except mouth tacky predictable soap opera lines ... another waste!
What wasted opportunity with such acting talents on hand!
Andy Tennant (Director here) just snoozing out another of his sub-par bland celluloid.
The producer, script writer, director ... all ought to be zip-locked and cast away into 80s TV movie land!
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