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This film is not up to much, the script seems to just drift off somewhere else after about half way thru, Mathis however is well pleasing, and the braindead Mulroney is really quite good too. The film has a few nice moments i liked, but the whole thing seems compromised by the below par script. The total disinterest of the lead male is a problem too, Phoenix is about as charming in this as a three week old pizza, not forgetting Sandra Bullock who gets the chance to show off the full range of her acting repertoire (4 facial expressions)
And it was overlong. And I can't even remember how it ended.
You might like it if you like garth brooks though!
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