Texas beauty Susan Wright appeared to have a fairytale life with an adoring husband, Jeff, two beautiful kids, and close family and friends. But in 2003, six years into their marriage, the ... See full summary »
W. Earl Brown
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Okay, I kind of loved this movie. The song sequences were great, and I loved all the dancing, mostly because I can't dance to save my life and it fascinates me to watch other people do it. I like how it gets right up into the meat of the plot really quickly - HOWEVER, I didn't like how long it took for her husband to come on the scene and how short a time Drew Seeley was there. He was the main reason I watched it and I was really disappointed by that. I think it would have been interesting had they explored the concept of her becoming young forever more thoroughly; to me it seemed like a thrown-in point that resolved itself too quickly, and left it up for a sequel. (Maybe they find another bottle?) And maybe it could be about where the bottle came from in the first place, too.
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