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[reading to unconscious Scott]
After five days of rain, the sun is finally shining. George and I had dinner with Katherine and William and baby Charles last night. He gave us wonderful news; I'm going to be a grandmother again. I remember the day when Katherine said she was pregnant with Charles. It brought so much joy to our family. We threw all the calendars out the window, even though the time Katherine last saw Scott and started seeing William was only the difference of a few weeks. ...
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Got a Lover
Written by Megan Chesnutt
[Played during the conversation at the swimming pool] See more »
Family black sheep Scott (Ryan Phillippe) comes home on a horse. His brother William (Luke Wilson) is away on business. His sister in-law Katherine (Anna Paquin) was his high school sweetheart. William and Katherine have two kids, but their marriage is a shell. Scott's father (Powers Boothe) is suffering from dementia.
There is a little heat coming from Phillippe and Paquin. It's too bad that Wilson is away from home for most of the movie. The small amount of heat is never nurtured to bring on any fire. This movie moves at a snail's pace. Obviously the little boy has problems. Scott is completely inappropriate. It had promise, but no follow through.
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